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Self-Assessment Analysis and Job Search Action Plan

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Transcript of Self-Assessment Analysis and Job Search Action Plan

Hector A. Leon
Director of College Placements
Indus International School, Bangalore

Self Assessment and
Career Planning Assignment

Explore your transferable skills, interests and experience

Explore the skills you want to enhance

Triangulate with Job Search Action Plan
Today's Workshop
Self Assessment
Identifying Your Interests
Remember this is just a quick assessment...
Self-Assessment Analysis and Skills Inventory
These rows also contain some excellent wording for your resume, cover letter and career portfolio!
Triangulating...

What were some of the important career messages Dr. Shaver shared?
Holland's Six Personality Types

According to John Holland's theory, most people are one of six personality types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional. The characteristics of each of these are described below:

Realistic

Likes to work with animals, tools, or machines; generally avoids social activities like teaching, healing, and informing others;
Has good skills in working with tools, mechanical or electrical drawings, machines, or plants and animals;
Values practical things you can see, touch, and use like plants and animals, tools, equipment, or machines; and
Sees self as practical, mechanical, and realistic.

Investigative

Likes to study and solve math or science problems; generally avoids leading, selling, or persuading people;
Is good at understanding and solving science and math problems;
Values science; and
Sees self as precise, scientific, and intellectual.

Artistic

Likes to do creative activities like art, drama, crafts, dance, music, or creative writing; generally avoids highly ordered or repetitive activities;
Has good artistic abilities -- in creative writing, drama, crafts, music, or art;
Values the creative arts -- like drama, music, art, or the works of creative writers; and
Sees self as expressive, original, and independent.

Social

Likes to do things to help people -- like, teaching, nursing, or giving first aid, providing information; generally avoids using machines, tools, or animals to achieve a goal;
Is good at teaching, counseling, nursing, or giving information;
Values helping people and solving social problems; and
Sees self as helpful, friendly, and trustworthy.

Enterprising

Likes to lead and persuade people, and to sell things and ideas; generally avoids activities that require careful observation and scientific, analytical thinking;
Is good at leading people and selling things or ideas;
Values success in politics, leadership, or business; and
Sees self as energetic, ambitious, and sociable.

Conventional

Likes to work with numbers, records, or machines in a set, orderly way; generally avoids ambiguous, unstructured activities
Is good at working with written records and numbers in a systematic, orderly way;
Values success in business; and
Sees self as orderly, and good at following a set plan.

Source: www.careerkey.org
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