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Career skills typically developed at Sussex


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Having a clear idea about the skills you have developed at Sussex will help you find work that suits you. It will also help with your CV and at interviews. Think about how you have demonstrated these skills in different areas of your life, too.

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Career skills typically developed at Sussex

  1. 1. Skills typically developed at SussexCOGNITIVE ORGANISING SOCIAL & COMMUNICATION CREATIVE CHANGE SELF-MANAGING GROUPNumerical Time structuring Encouraging, Technical Formulating Responding Self-awarenessCompetence and monitoring and presentation hypotheses effectively to management criticising change ResponsiblyCollecting, Expressing ideas, Demonstrating planning own workselecting and Setting/achieving Networking feelings, opinions, capacity for Adaptingordering data goals judgements invention concepts, Operating Effectiveness in skills and independentlyMaking Thoroughness group interaction Presenting Establishing material toeffective use and attention to information in likenesses new situations Developing self-of information detail Working co- effective written among things esteem operatively and form appropriate to apparently Adjusting toObserving Effective constructively the purpose and unlike individual Developing self-and decision making reader differences confidencerecording Participating in Extrapolating and to Facilitating teamwork Editing from the changing Coping with andApplying others known to the group managing stressjudgement Sharing Communicating unknown characteristicsand Motivating others responsibilities orally, in small or and reactions Being assertivediscrimination large groups Capacity for Leading Willingness to vision Recognising Identifying personalEvaluating learn from others Giving and need for potential and routesdata, values Planning receiving feedback Ability to think change to achieving itissues Assessing and laterally Political evaluating others Active listening Coping with ManagingInterpreting awareness Use of the personal/professiondata, values, Questioning metaphors unexpected al boundariesissues Contracting and analogies Reflecting
  2. 2. COGNITIVE ORGANISING SOCIAL & COMMUNICATION CREATIVE CHANGE SELF-MANAGING GROUPIdentifying Initiating Recognising, Clarifying Suspending Showing Self-evaluation andand solving accepting,allowing judgement capacity to assessmentproblems Delegating for differences Non-verbal improvise communication Building on Elimination ofSynthesising Dealing with others ideas Dealing with prejudice andand conflict, negativity, Clarity of ambiguity stereotypesintegrating apathy, passivity expression Beingdisparate proactive Roleelements Handling Fluency adaptability controversyFormulating Being articulate Transfer andand testing Explaining, application ofhypotheses persuading, Foreign language ideas and negotiating, competence conceptsEvaluating influencingevidence ConstructivePrecising disagreement – confrontation,Summarising resolutionAssessing OpennessDiagnosing Creating alliancesMemorising Identifyingand recalling patrons/sponsorsdata Mentoring