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Identify Your Skills and Improve Them

A Step by Step Guide

Language:  English
This book provides readers with practical ways to identify and master skills to improve career options.
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Using this book as a guide, you can begin to undertake a serious conversation with yourself about what you are good at, what needs improvement and how you can get to mastery. In this guide, we will undertake identifying your skills, learning where you can still improve, developing the skills you still need and offering suggestions of aligning yourself with work that aligns with your natural abilities and interest.

About the Author

Shenandoah Chefalo is a graduate of Michigan State University, holding a Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Science, and a Certified Coach. She is also the President and Owner of Chefalo Consulting: Trauma-Informed Specialist that assist private, governmental, and public organizations implement sustainable trauma informed strategies that are focused on learning new skills as well as organizational culture changes and shifts. In addition to her multiple award-winning book, Garbage Bag Suitcase, she has also written several e-books on various business practices.

  • Introduction
  1. How to identify your skills
  2. How to master a new skill
    1. Why is it important to master a skill?
  3. Five steps to identify your skills
    1. Goals Can Identify You
  4. How to develop your skillset to advance your career
    1. How to determine your skills
    2. How to develop new skills
    3. Which skills to include on your resume
  5. Motivating ways to improve your skills
  6. How to use and improve your abilities
  7. Proven ways to improve your ability to learn new skills
  8. Ways to keep your knowledge and skills current
  9. Your skills and qualities

Improve your abilities by taking concrete steps and practicing regularly. Use your skills in various aspects of life, from work to hobbies and volunteering.

About the Author

Shenandoah Chefalo