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By : Er . Gurbakshish Singh
Definition
 Theskills which can be used
   over a large number of
  different occupations and
  applied to in a number of
      different situations.
The Australian Chamber of Commerce
          defines generic skills as

   “…….skills required not only to gain
    employment, but also to progress
    within an enterprise so as skills are
    also sometimes referred to as generic
    skills, capabilities or key to achieve
    one’s potential and contribute
    successfully to enterprise strategic
    directions.”
The global challenge now a days making the
competition for a job is particularly high. Any
organizations need all-round candidates that
   can bring the company ahead of others.
  Graduates with high generic skills are the
 most preferable for taking on a job. Generic
                     skills
 are also known as skills, qualities and trait
 that an individual has to master in order to
  succeed in their studies and career. This
   quality defined as also team-work, time
management, problem solving, and sharpen
               numerical skills.
Generic  skills are different
 from technical skills refer
    to personality ,traits,
        social graces
   ,communications and
   personal habits which
   makes a man perfect.
Skills that someone requires to become
self sufficient and successful.
Which develop imaginative and
intellectual powers.
Skills needed for better , cooperative
communication and collaborative team
work.
Skills required for time management and
self evaluation.
Why generic Skills Required?
 International Job Scenario.
 Employers seeks persons which
  can fill Gaps between management
  and workers.
 To compete with International
  Market.
 Ensuring Success in education,
  Job and social life.
   To place the right people with the right
    skills in the right jobs for the right cost
    at the right time....’

   The phrase above reflects the concern
          of employers today. Basis of
    recruitment for prospective employees
     will be on the skills that they possess
     besides their academic qualifications
Personal
 Fundamental

                   Business oriented
Classification

 People oriented
                     conceptual
Fundamental Generic Skills

Literary.
Using   numbers.
Using   technology.
People oriented Generic
            Skills
 Communication.
 Interpersonal.
 Team work
 Customer service
Conceptual Generic Skills

 Collectinginformation
 Problem solving
 Planning
 Organizing
Business oriented
 Innovation
 Enterprise   skills
 Marketing
 Managerial
Personal Generic Skills

 Responsible    Leadership
 Resourceful    Self
                  esteemed
 Flexible       Risk taker
Generic skills which one
         should Acquire
   Communication      Critical thinking
   Summarization      Team work
   Mathematics        Problem solving
   Computer           Innovative
   Research           Time management
   Delegation         Adaptability
Importance of Generic Skills
  in Personnel Development
 To remain competitive.
 To acquire new knowledge and
  information.
 To interact and socialize among
  one another in an inter-dependent
  world.
 The demands of the workplace.
Generic Skills improve
 Quality of Work
 Team Performance
 Improves the capacity to deal with
  changes.
 Improves the use of new technology.
 Probability of organization.
 Improves the work environment.
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                 ic s ope
        ‘ Ge  ner    vel
               be  de           es ki l l s
    can   not          thes n
                  ther hat a
            t. Ra ing t
   er nigh        th             with
ov            ome cks up
       r e s al p i
      a                           ce.’
        di v idu     xpe     rien
     in           de
        tim  e an
 Then Question arises how it can be
 achieved ?
Generic skills can be

Soft Skills    Creativity     Personal
                              Grooming
              achieved by


                            Team Work
   Time
management
‘Dreams leads to Creativity’
              and
      ‘Creativity Leads to
          Innovations’

There Is a Myth
That Creativity is in born
Communication is in born Skill
Then which makes creative
 Group  Discussions
 Learning Habits
 Attitude
 Incentives
 Freedom of work
 Informative Knowledge
 Technical Skills
Concept of Creativity
 Creativity
           may be defined as
 Discovery of something novel, but
 also useful ,economical, elegant
 or valuable.
A fact is discovered and
  theory is invented but a
  masterpiece is created.
             Example
 Columbus discovered the West.
 Bell invented the Telephone
 But Shakespeare Created
  ‘Othello”
ng
      gi
  a na elf         Physically
 M S




                  Intellectually

Psychologically
Ph
                            ys i
MANAGING SELF                   ca l
                                       ly

‘Jaan Hai To Jahan Hai ’
Means Personal grooming.
Cleaning Maintaining and grooming
of body parts.
Time management
Grooming of body
Personal hygiene
Managing health
Food habits
Fitness and exercise
Personal
                Grooming


 Communication   Skills


  listening                Writing


              Speaking
Grooming Self Mentally
  Learning    Skills

  Writing   Skills

  Listening


  Soft   Skills
Time       You should catch
management      the bus or train
             next day but once a
             time lost or spent ,
              it will never come
                      back.

  So time management is the key
  factor to improve your Generic
               Skills
Steps to successful time
       management
Prepare a plan for all aspects of your
work.
Plan each work in advance .
Do a time log at least once.
Do ‘to do’ list every single day.
Become your own manager.
Allocate chunks of time yourself.
Be Realistic ( work can expand than
allocated time )
In
                        t   ell
MANAGING SELF                  e   ct
                                      u   all
                                             y
 Collection of information

  Because “learning is a life
       long process.”
Sources of information
Print Media.
Documentary Sources
Non documentary sources
Non Print media
Electronic media
Psychologically

  It mainly deals with the environment
      in which man can work. in this
   process he makes demands to put
 pressure on the environment and the
     environment too makes similar
             pressure on him.
         Or in simple means it is
     ‘Stress management’
Team management
   Before we understand concept of team
            lets go through two

      ‘Pigeons and a fowler’
               And
     ‘ farmer and five Sons’
Definition

  ‘A team is a small number of
     people may be different
   skills ,whom are committed
  to a common purpose ,set of
        common goals and
     approach for which they
    hold themselves mutually
           accountable.’
Characteristics of team
 Team  should have clearly
  stated Goal.
 Each member have clearly
  defined role.
 Yet they function as a whole.
For any team to Succeed
 Member may ask
  Clarification.
 Express opinion freely.
 Do not resort Aggressions.
 Give and Take Feedback.
 Share Information.
Problem solving
Problem is an obstacle which makes
 difficult to achieve desired goals.

Problem solving is a natural part of our
 life.
 in any business, the ability of an
 employee to solve problems can make
 difference between success and failure.
Golden Rule to
       Solve Problem


‘There is no other way to solve a
  problem but to attack it with all
     your wisdom and might.’
Identify Problem


  Evaluate                      Explore
                 Steps
                                Set Goals
Implement


      Solution             Look Alternates

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Generic skills

  • 1. By : Er . Gurbakshish Singh
  • 2. Definition  Theskills which can be used over a large number of different occupations and applied to in a number of different situations.
  • 3. The Australian Chamber of Commerce defines generic skills as  “…….skills required not only to gain employment, but also to progress within an enterprise so as skills are also sometimes referred to as generic skills, capabilities or key to achieve one’s potential and contribute successfully to enterprise strategic directions.”
  • 4. The global challenge now a days making the competition for a job is particularly high. Any organizations need all-round candidates that can bring the company ahead of others. Graduates with high generic skills are the most preferable for taking on a job. Generic skills are also known as skills, qualities and trait that an individual has to master in order to succeed in their studies and career. This quality defined as also team-work, time management, problem solving, and sharpen numerical skills.
  • 5. Generic skills are different from technical skills refer to personality ,traits, social graces ,communications and personal habits which makes a man perfect.
  • 6. Skills that someone requires to become self sufficient and successful. Which develop imaginative and intellectual powers. Skills needed for better , cooperative communication and collaborative team work. Skills required for time management and self evaluation.
  • 7. Why generic Skills Required?  International Job Scenario.  Employers seeks persons which can fill Gaps between management and workers.  To compete with International Market.  Ensuring Success in education, Job and social life.
  • 8. To place the right people with the right skills in the right jobs for the right cost at the right time....’  The phrase above reflects the concern of employers today. Basis of recruitment for prospective employees will be on the skills that they possess besides their academic qualifications
  • 9. Personal Fundamental Business oriented Classification People oriented conceptual
  • 10. Fundamental Generic Skills Literary. Using numbers. Using technology.
  • 11. People oriented Generic Skills  Communication.  Interpersonal.  Team work  Customer service
  • 12. Conceptual Generic Skills  Collectinginformation  Problem solving  Planning  Organizing
  • 13. Business oriented Innovation Enterprise skills Marketing Managerial
  • 14. Personal Generic Skills  Responsible  Leadership  Resourceful  Self esteemed  Flexible  Risk taker
  • 15. Generic skills which one should Acquire  Communication  Critical thinking  Summarization  Team work  Mathematics  Problem solving  Computer  Innovative  Research  Time management  Delegation  Adaptability
  • 16. Importance of Generic Skills in Personnel Development  To remain competitive.  To acquire new knowledge and information.  To interact and socialize among one another in an inter-dependent world.  The demands of the workplace.
  • 17. Generic Skills improve  Quality of Work  Team Performance  Improves the capacity to deal with changes.  Improves the use of new technology.  Probability of organization.  Improves the work environment.
  • 18. ki l l s d ic s ope ‘ Ge ner vel be de es ki l l s can not thes n ther hat a t. Ra ing t er nigh th with ov ome cks up r e s al p i a ce.’ di v idu xpe rien in de tim e an Then Question arises how it can be achieved ?
  • 19. Generic skills can be Soft Skills Creativity Personal Grooming achieved by Team Work Time management
  • 20. ‘Dreams leads to Creativity’ and ‘Creativity Leads to Innovations’ There Is a Myth That Creativity is in born Communication is in born Skill
  • 21. Then which makes creative  Group Discussions  Learning Habits  Attitude  Incentives  Freedom of work  Informative Knowledge  Technical Skills
  • 22. Concept of Creativity  Creativity may be defined as Discovery of something novel, but also useful ,economical, elegant or valuable.
  • 23. A fact is discovered and theory is invented but a masterpiece is created. Example  Columbus discovered the West.  Bell invented the Telephone  But Shakespeare Created ‘Othello”
  • 24. ng gi a na elf Physically M S Intellectually Psychologically
  • 25. Ph ys i MANAGING SELF ca l ly ‘Jaan Hai To Jahan Hai ’ Means Personal grooming. Cleaning Maintaining and grooming of body parts. Time management
  • 26. Grooming of body Personal hygiene Managing health Food habits Fitness and exercise
  • 27. Personal Grooming  Communication Skills listening Writing Speaking
  • 28. Grooming Self Mentally  Learning Skills  Writing Skills  Listening  Soft Skills
  • 29. Time You should catch management the bus or train next day but once a time lost or spent , it will never come back. So time management is the key factor to improve your Generic Skills
  • 30. Steps to successful time management Prepare a plan for all aspects of your work. Plan each work in advance . Do a time log at least once. Do ‘to do’ list every single day. Become your own manager. Allocate chunks of time yourself. Be Realistic ( work can expand than allocated time )
  • 31. In t ell MANAGING SELF e ct u all y Collection of information Because “learning is a life long process.”
  • 32. Sources of information Print Media. Documentary Sources Non documentary sources Non Print media Electronic media
  • 33. Psychologically It mainly deals with the environment in which man can work. in this process he makes demands to put pressure on the environment and the environment too makes similar pressure on him. Or in simple means it is ‘Stress management’
  • 34. Team management  Before we understand concept of team lets go through two ‘Pigeons and a fowler’ And ‘ farmer and five Sons’
  • 35. Definition  ‘A team is a small number of people may be different skills ,whom are committed to a common purpose ,set of common goals and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable.’
  • 36. Characteristics of team  Team should have clearly stated Goal.  Each member have clearly defined role.  Yet they function as a whole.
  • 37. For any team to Succeed  Member may ask Clarification.  Express opinion freely.  Do not resort Aggressions.  Give and Take Feedback.  Share Information.
  • 38. Problem solving Problem is an obstacle which makes difficult to achieve desired goals. Problem solving is a natural part of our life.  in any business, the ability of an employee to solve problems can make difference between success and failure.
  • 39. Golden Rule to Solve Problem ‘There is no other way to solve a problem but to attack it with all your wisdom and might.’
  • 40. Identify Problem Evaluate Explore Steps Set Goals Implement Solution Look Alternates