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Campus to Corporate

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The content was generated from the training module of HSBC Empowerment for Life

The content was generated from the training module of HSBC Empowerment for Life

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  • 1. WILL SKILL BILL
  • 2. WILL (What are you most passionate about?) 1. Interest vs Passion 2. Why, not what? 3. Six Universal Human Needs • • • • • • Certainty Uncertainty Significance Belongingness Growth Contribution ‘yar pakki baat hai you want me’ ‘kuch naya karte hain’ ‘meri kya position hogi’ ‘do teen boys saath le aaun’ ‘mera kya faidah’ ‘main kaise help karsakta hun’
  • 3. SKILL 1. There is no one way to learn a skill 2. There is no standard time that it takes to learn a skill – it varies from person to person 3. There are people who are ‘naturally good’ at something but that is not the only determinant in success
  • 4. BILL What is the market ready to pay for? • Eye-sight: See things as they are. Usually seeing others doing something and saying this is a good field • Hind-sight: Seeing things as they used to be. ‘Doctors and engineers will always be required’. ‘Photographers have no career.’ Etc • Mind-sight: Seeing things as they could be. It’s about looking at problems as opportunities. Companies exist to solve problems. Whoever they hire is a problem solver in one way or the other.