Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Recognizing your skills, part of Discovering Your Strengths.
Now that you've discovered your natural gifts and realized what you love to do,…it's time to consider your skills, what you've been trained to do.…We are educated throughout our lives to improve our skills, and that education…can come from a variety of sources.…While school provides some great skills training, it's not the only source.…From our family members, to friends, and mentors, the people around us also provide skills training.…Every job that you've had has given you some on-the-job training, and your…employer may have provided other learning opportunities as well.…
We want to consider every source of education when we're looking at your skills.…To help you discover your skills, I've created a simple worksheet that you can download and complete.…The first question is, what did you focus on in your education?…If you went to college, what was your major? What was you minor? If you…attended a trade school, what trade did you learn?…This plays a big part in the development of your skills,…so let's list those here.…
This course is one of a series of five Dave Crenshaw courses based on his Invaluable teaching methodology for professional development.
- Identifying gifts, loves, and skills
- Assessing personal performance
- Applying your strengths and talents at work
- Making continual improvements that impact your career
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 01/03/2012. What changed?
A: This course was retitled, streamlined, and refined throughout, resulting in a slightly shorter runtime. We also added new graphics and a new welcome movie.