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Inspirational motivation training for improving the future employability of phased out project staff at ilra, pokhara, nepal

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This training kit has been built on a number of inspirational and motivational tools keeping in view how to boost up the working morale of GIZ-ILRA work staff in Nepal. Thematically, it attempts to …

This training kit has been built on a number of inspirational and motivational tools keeping in view how to boost up the working morale of GIZ-ILRA work staff in Nepal. Thematically, it attempts to orient the participants towards the general job market scenario of Nepal, provides with relevant inputs on how to keep track of job market and how to face job interviews. More importantly, it provides with depth discussion on how to prepare various types of Resumes.

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  • 15. I have 20 words for you to change your life So simple words, right? Just simple action words does not mean the task behind them is also simple! It is complicated, very much complicated, you need to give 100% of your four dimensional energy! What is that? Any guess? August 5, 2013 15rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 16. Why? To provide first hand information about yourself to the potential employer. August 5, 2013 16rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 17. What? Personal and professional identity instrumental in winning an impression before recruitment and selection. Popularly known as Rèsumè or Resumè /rez-yoo-may/ August 5, 2013 17rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 18. Resumè 1. What is a Resumè ? 2. What are the main types of Resumè? 3. What should you include on a Resumè? August 5, 2013 18rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 19. How long do you think an employer looks at each Resumè? August 5, 2013 19rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 20. The average employer looks at a resume between 10-15 seconds. This is the time they decide to either KEEP IT or TOSS IT. August 5, 2013 20rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 21. What is a Resumè ?  An advertisement selling a product….YOU!  Specifically your skills, experiences, attributes, and intensions.  First meeting between you and the employer. August 5, 2013 21rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 22. Overall it’s your FIRST STEP towards employment. August 5, 2013 22rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 23. Types of Resumès Chronological  Presents your education followed by our work experience  Ideal for people with extensive experience and no gaps in work history  Shows a steady job progression  Works well for those obtaining a similar position doing similar work  Includes dates Combo/Hybrid  A balance between the functional and chronological resume styles  It highlights your skills, followed by a list of relevant experience and education  Works well for those with little formal experience  The most commonly used resume Functional  Highlights relevant skills and accomplishments  Used when you have a variety of work experience  Includes skills and no dates What about targeted Resumè? August 5, 2013 23rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 24. 1. Header 2. Objective and Personal Profile 3. Education and Certification 4. Professional Qualifications 5. Skills and Attributes 6. Employment and Volunteer Experience 7. Statement of Accomplishments 8. References Sections of a General Resumè August 5, 2013 24rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 25. What is it? August 5, 2013 25rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 26. What about this one? August 5, 2013 26rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 27. And this? PhD: School of Education, Kathmandu University, Nepal (2004); Educational Leadership MPhil: School of Education, Kathmandu University, Nepal (2002); Educational Leadership MBA: Maastricht School of Management (MSM), The Netherlands (1999); International Business and Corporate Communications. BCom: Prithvinarayan Multiple Campus, Pokhara, Nepal (1996); Accounting ICom: Birendranagar Multiple Campus, Surkhet, Nepal (1991); Finance SLC: Amarjyoti Secondary School, Neware, Surkhet, Nepal (1987); Maths and Science August 5, 2013 27rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 28. This One? Languages: Nepali, English, Hindi, French, German, Chinese Computing: MS Office, MS Project, SPSS for Windows, Graphic design Expertise: Project planning, development, M&E, higher education, R&D, management development Hard Skills: Certified expert of computer networking Soft Skills: Punctual, energetic, flexible, team-player, certified business communicator, computer networking trainer, English language teacher trainer. August 5, 2013 28rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 29. What about this? Good at team-based performance in context of diversity Withstand situations requiring long working hours with hardwork in adversity Possesses high degree of intuitive thinking about new situations and people August 5, 2013 29rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 30. Is it also a section of a CV? January 2013 to till date: Associate Professor, School of Management Studies, Mid- Western University, Birendranagar, Surkhet January 2000 to till date: university level teaching (BBA, MBA, MPhil and PhD) and academic research guidance (MBA, MPhil and PhD) in Nepal and abroad as a Faculty of Leadership, Marketing, Research, Organizational Behavior and Psychology, Human Resource Management, Strategic Management, Organizational Development and Change Management, Strategic Marketing Management, International Business and Corporate Communication. April 2004 to May 2008: Academic Director at WhiteHouse Graduate School of Management, Kathmandu, Nepal. June 2008 to December 2008: Director of Research Division, and Quality Assurance and Accreditation (QAA) Division at University Grants Commission (UGC) December 1999 to till date: Freelance researcher and development partner August 1995 to May 1998: Company Secretary, Senior Accountant and Personal Assistant of the Managing Director in an MNC, New Delhi. January 1993 to March 1995: School Principal at Eagerbridge Secondary School, Birendranagar, Surkhet, Nepal. August 5, 2013 30rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 31. Finally, what could it be? Prof. Dr. Tanka Nath Sharma Dean, School of Education, Kathmandu University Sharma.tn@hismail.com Ph.: xxx zzz yyy Prof. Dr. Padamlal Devkota Vice-Chancellor Mid-Western University, Surkhet vc.mwu@mail.com Ph.: ccc xxx zzz Note: Additional references may be presented upon demand. August 5, 2013 31rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 32. Best “Increased reported customer satisfaction rate by 20% by providing effective training for more than 15 new employees in a six month period.” ACOMPLISHMENT STATEMENTS Better “Trained more than 15 new employees over a six month period resulting in increased customer satisfaction.” Good“Trained new employees resulting in increased customer satisfaction. OK “Trained new employees.” August 5, 2013 32rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 33. Individual Work Take a sheet of paper and prepare an outline of your resume’ with description of the key sections and submit to the training facilitator August 5, 2013 33rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
  • 34. Follow up activity Now, the experts will perform your CV check and recommend for changes August 5, 2013 34rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
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  • 36. Group Event of Recruitment and Selection Process Follow the instructions of the facilitator to these games: Game 1: Person-job-fitness (paper airplanes) Game 2: Recruitment and selection process (travelling on the train) Game 3: Appreciative inquiry leads you to the success (Move on only ‘yes’ or ‘no’) August 5, 2013 36rijalcpr@gmail.com 9851105671
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