Skills that Employers want on your Resume

Resume building is a vital part of your career and it is always done one step at a time. The more backed you are with your skillset on the resume, the easier it would become for you to move ahead in your career. Let’s take a look at few skills you could polish to land you the job you’ve been aiming for

1. COMMUNICATION (listening, verbal, written) 

No matter how much you know, your knowledge is no good if you don’t know how to share it. Whether its presenting an idea to a group of people or a client, you need to be able to put your thoughts and ideas across. You could even need it when you need to share feed back to a colleague.

2. LEADERSHIP / MANAGEMENT SKILLS

Goal-driven leader who maintains a productive climate and confidently motivates, mobilizes, and coaches employees to meet high performance standards. It’s important to know how to manage a group of people who can help everyone work towards a common goal and keep them motivated.

 3. PLANNING I ORGANIZING

Results-driven achiever with exemplary planning and organizational skills, along with a high degree of detail orientation. Complex projects will require a lot of planning and organisation. You will be accountable of managing time lines, schedules, payments, etc. You should know how to keep it all so that it doesn’t become chaotic for you to manage and later report.

4. PROBLEM SOLVING I REASONING I CREATIVTY

Innovative problem-solver who can generate workable solutions and resolve complaints. Whether it’s with a client or within in a team, sometimes you’re going to have to solve problems and be able to work through a difficult situations. That is when problem solving and reasoning will come handy.

5. TEAMWORK

Resourceful team player who excels in building trusting relationships with customers and colleagues. Working with other people well will always earn you brownie points. Not only is it a good skill to have, but it will always help you get perspective and speed up projects.

Make sure you develop these skills to help you develop in your chosen career path. They are as important as your grades and interviews!

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