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Skills for Future


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a presentation on soft skills and employability skills for youth.

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Skills for Future

  1. 1. Skillsfor Tomorrow mnRAJU
  2. 2. Champion the Change A presentation to prepare youth for future and to equip them with a) Adaptation skills b) Global skills c) Building Self Esteem mnRAJU
  3. 3. What Kind are YOU?Some men are born great,Some achieve greatness,Some have greatnessthrust upon them. mnRAJU
  4. 4. Primary Passions Passion to succeed Passion to Prepare Passion to Change mnRAJU
  5. 5. Ever Changing World mnRAJU
  6. 6. Global India38% Doctors in the USA are Indians36% NASA employees are Indians34% Microsoft employees are Indians28% IBM employees are Indians17% Intel employees are Indians13% Xerox employees are IndiansHalf the world’s outsourced IT services are IndianA $47 billion dollar industry (Rs 2,35,000 crores) mnRAJU
  7. 7. Proud to be Indian• Indias tech capital, Bangalore, has more Grade-A offices than Singapore• In three years, up to 25% of the worlds new workers will be Indians• Indias GDP per capita will quadruple from 2007 to 2020. - Goldman Sachs mnRAJU
  8. 8. The Top Ten 1. L N Mittal - Arcellor Mittal- 2012 – Economic Times & IMRB International 2. Indra Nooyi - PepsiCo 3. Nikesh Arora – Google 4. Vikram Pandit – Citigroup 5. Harish Manwani - Unilever mnRAJU
  9. 9. The Top Ten 6. Anshu Jain - Deutsche Bank- 2012 – Economic Times & IMRB International 7. Ajit Jain - Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance 8. Shantanu Narayen - Adobe Systems 9. Vinod Khosla - Khosla Ventures 10. Rakesh Kapoor - Reckitt Benckiser mnRAJU
  10. 10. Be Ready  There is place for all at the TOP  Tomorrow is waiting for you!  Be ready to adapt  Opportunity is big and global Secrets of Nations mnRAJU
  11. 11. Rules Are Changing We’re being judged by a new yardstick: not just by how smart we are, but by how we handle ourselves and each other. - Daniel Goleman mnRAJU
  12. 12. Unacceptable! Highly Qualified X Unemployed/underemployed Highly Talented X Low value assignments Highly Experienced X Low challenges Highly Industrious X Insufficient rewards Highly Talented X Unnoticed Warren Buffet mnRAJU
  13. 13. Dream BIG Attempt things never tried Try out challenges others gave up Go beyond common expectations Trust your wings The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it. - Michael Angelo mnRAJU
  14. 14. Your Success Depends on  Your Self-esteem  Your Dreams  Your Plans  Your Actions  Your Determination  Your Perseverance mnRAJU
  15. 15. Success Management Plan for Success Achieve Success Sustain Success Utilize Success Apply Success Invest Success mnRAJU
  16. 16. Optimize Success If we do not optimize what we have within… It is as good as we haven’t much within. The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read them. Things to Bring Life mnRAJU
  17. 17. Sustain Excellence People Lead to Profits. Profits must Lead to Reinvestment. Re-investment must Lead to Re-invention.It is only Re-invention that is our Future Success. mnRAJU
  18. 18. Global Skills Stay with the flock and be the crowd.Reach beyond the flock and be the leader.Experience the Pain to Gain Experience mnRAJU
  19. 19. Global Skills Be flexible and open-minded  Be ready to live anywhere Be willing to work with others mnRAJU
  20. 20. Skill Sets for Success mnRAJU
  21. 21. Successful Career Needs . .  Communication skills  English Language skills  Soft skills  Analytical skills  Technical skills  Professional skills mnRAJU
  22. 22. Creative Thinking mnRAJU
  23. 23. Reasoning SkillsYou are running in a race. Youovertake the second person. Whatposition are you in?In the same race, if you overtakethe last person, then you are in whatposition? mnRAJU
  24. 24. Mathematical SkillsDivide 32 by half and add six.What is the answer? mnRAJU
  25. 25. Questioning Skills Open-ended / Closed-ended HOT / LOT Inference / Facts Application / Knowledge Information / Yes - No mnRAJU
  26. 26. Time Management1. Clock time  uniform2. Real time  relative mnRAJU
  27. 27. Self EvaluationHow do you rate your abilitiesand values?Attempt a SWOT analysis mnRAJU
  28. 28. Communication SkillsWhy only 5% to 10% are found fit to be employed by Top Rated Companies?1.2. Poor Communication Skills3. Poor English Language Skills4.5.6. mnRAJU
  29. 29. You have a Bright Future  Plan it today  Constantly dream  Be passionate  Embrace change  Review your personality  Hone skills Responsibility mnRAJU
  30. 30. Today is the BeginningToday is the first day of the rest of yourlife. mnRAJU
  31. 31. You CAN do it Let’s Do mnRAJU It
  32. 32. Thank You Send your comments to This slideshow is available mnRAJU