1001EHR Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pinterest, Linkedin, Social Capital

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Work and Employability week 4 Lecture notes
Employability Careers, Networking and Social Media
Employability
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Professional Identity
oes professioal self-concept based on attributes, beliefs, values, motives and
eperiees
o Personality
o Values
o Personal Goals
o Experience
What is Personality?
Personality refers to individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking,
feeling and behaving
What are values?
Values can be defined as broad preferences concerning appropriate courses of
action or outcomes
Person- Organization Fit
What is it?
o P-O fit comprises an alignment of your personality, values, knowledge and
experience with the organization and the job position you are applying for
What do employers want?
o Employers are seeking an alignment of knowledge, skills and abilities
Knowledge
Willingness to
learn
Adaptability
Interpersonal
Skills
Problem Solving Skills
Decision
Making
Self Confidence
Political Awareness
Self Regulatory Skills
Professionalism
Drive
Resilience
Exploring and Creating
Opportunities
Development
Focus
Willingness to
Learn
Leadership
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