By Ronald Krannich, Caryl Krannich
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Let’s take a look at our initentog? system here. ” Contrast these two different experience statements about formal responsibilities versus actual accomplishments: Experience Expressed as Responsibilities Supervised a seven-person inventory management ofice. Experience Expressed as Accomplishments A s inventory manager in charge o f a seven-person ofice, reduced operating costs by 20 percent and personnel costs by 30 percent within 24 months. Received the “Best Employee of the Year Award” for designing and implementing a model invent0ry management system that eliminated the need for one o f three warehouses.
This exercise yields a relatively comprehensive inventory of your skulls. Your self-confidenceand self-esteem should increase accordingly! c . Detailing Your Achievements ACHIEVEMENT # -: 1. How did I initially become involved? 2. What did I do? 3. How did I do it? 4. What was especially enjoyable about doing it? 45 The Job Hunting Guide 46 Strength Identification Interview Interviewee Interviewer INSTRUCTIONS: For each achievement experience, identify the skills and abilities the achiever actually demonstrated.
What were you good at doing? This interview should clarify the details of your activities by aslung only “what” and “how” questions. It should tale 45 to 90 minutes, Male copies of the “Strength Identification Interview” form on page 46 to guide you through this interview. 5. Identify patterns by examiningthe interviewer’snotes:Together identify the recurring skulls, abilities, and personal qualities demonstrated in your achievements. Search for patterns. Your skulls pattern should be clear at this point; you should feel comfortable with it.