What’s Your Best Skill?

skillskeezepixabayIt is good to be self-aware and to know your strengths. What do you think is your best skill – communication and interpersonal relationships, leadership, specific technical or operating ability, sales, management, organizing?

When you know your strengths (and weaknesses) you can address your weaknesses and build on your strengths. It helps you set your career direction and to find the best fit for you.

 

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What Is Your Best Skill?

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It always is advisable to know yourself well – your strong and weak points, preferences and aversions, style and talents. What is your best skill? Are you capitalizing on it? Does your current work demand the use of that skill? Is your skill recognized by others?

Your best skill should be showcased. It’s in your interest that it is.

 

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What Are Your Best Talents?

ID-100207071We bring all that we are to our managing – our strengths and weaknesses, our good points and bad. There is a lot of focus on correcting our weaknesses. Today, let’s look the other way and focus on maximizing our talents. When we come from our talents, we start with an advantage. We know we are good and build on that. Our weaknesses may still be there, however we can use our talents to address them.

What are your three best talents when it comes to managing? Are they communication, organization, technical skill, strategic thinking, creativity or something else? How can you use them to your maximum advantage and to address any weaknesses you have? Are you expecting too much of yourself? No one has every talent that exists. We all have weaknesses and can deal with them by delegating, building skill or finding alternative approaches.

How can you use your best talents to maximum advantage for you and your organization?

 

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