• Adesh Chaurasia

Practical skills To Take From Your Last Job To The Next


Job Hopping is something we all do at the beginning of our career, to find that ideal workplace and job role that perfectly suits us.


However, that doesn't mean you can't learn from your previous job experiences. Even if you were there for a short period, you should always try to pick up something along with your career. It can be any mistake that made you realize what you were doing wrong or which of your personal traits needed to be improved.


Therefore, to get you started let's talk about some of the practical skills you can take from your previous workplace:-


1. Problem-Solving Skills:-

Your problem-solving skills will enable you to not only recognize a particular problem but also find out the reason behind it and devise a perfect solution. The employees always value those who can find out the bottlenecks and inconsistencies in your work operation, as it gives them a chance to become more efficient. However, this trait will come with experience and spending a good amount of time in your industry. This is also the reason why companies like to hire those who are experts in their fields.


2. Critical Thinking Skills:-

To become a critical thinker, you should be able to examine and analyze all the information given to you to make a sound and well-informed judgment. However, it is more than just going through something and assuming it's true. You also have to look for reliable evidence, and figure out where the given info is just an option or based on solid facts so that you can use it for making a judgment for your company.


3. Leadership Skills:-


Leadership skills are a must for any managerial job role. This trait is not only limited to just monitoring and managing your team. But, you need to have the ability to take the first initiative in any issue, and also encourage your team members to follow your lead. Your team members shouldn't have a single doubt following your decisions. Some other skills such as collaboration, problem-solving, and also building strong relationships are also included in this trait.


4. Adaptability:-

In the starting years of your career, you can't know everything about your job from day one.

As you progress in your career, you might have to make some changes in how you work or learn a new skill or a tool as required for your job role. In businesses, pivots are quite common. It can be the overall concept of the brand or even the entire product line. Showing your ability to adjust to change demonstrates that you can keep a positive mindset in every situation and get your work done.


5. Teamwork:-


To put it simply, teamwork refers to working in a group toward a common goal. Having said that, just being in a group, and being an irreplaceable member of a group are entirely different things. You should have the ability to work in harmony with everyone in your team. Employers will not prefer those individuals that show up but do not contribute to the team's success. They're always looking for team players who can contribute positively to the team to get the job done.


6. Project Management Skills:-


Project management abilities enable you to oversee assignments from beginning to end. You ensure that everything runs smoothly and change the schedule when things don't go as planned. Employers need someone who can not only complete a task but also understand what has to be done on a project from beginning to end. Mastering these skills will allow you to meet deadlines and complete any given task efficiently.


7. Attention To Details:-


For you to be good at anything, you have to give all your attention to minute details. While going through any project, pay close attention to each of its elements to ensure that everything is in order. Companies always seek those individuals, from which they can rely on to have a thorough review of all their projects. At the end of the day, it's the quality that matters to your customers or clients.


Final Thoughts:-


There are a lot of people with degrees and technical skills, but acquiring these practical traits can make you stand out. Try to pick as many skills as you can along your joinery, as it will be very beneficial for you in case you want to pivot your career at some point in the future.


Also read:- How does the workplace environment affect employee mental health

 

Author- Adesh Chaurasia

A superior and highly experienced entrepreneur in the field of business for quite a long time now. Also, a philanthropist, author, and public speaker who believes in working towards the overall well-being and betterment of the society as a whole.



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