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Immigration and Citizenship Canada Funded Seminar on Education and Qualification - Prof. Peivand Pirouzi - career competencies in Canada - Adaptability

  1. 1. CAREER COMPETENCIES IN CANADA ADAPTABILITY Prepared and Presented by: Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, Ph.D., MBA, CCPE, Cert. Psychiatry Lead Education and Career Mentor www.linkedin.com/in/pirouzi pirouzi@hotmail.com Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  2. 2. Universal Employability Skills Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  3. 3. Universal Employability Skills 13. Self Presentation Skills 14. Multi-Tasking Skills 15. Positive Attitude/Motivation/Energetic 16. Self-Confidence 17. Leadership/Management Skills 18. Multicultural Sensitivity/Awareness 19. Loyalty 20. Professionalism 21. Willingness to Learn 22. Customer Service Skills 23. Common Sense 24. Interpersonal Abilities Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  4. 4. Employability Characteristics  1. Positive Attitude - Do not criticize others.  2. Cooperative - Shows respect for employer.  3. Accepting and using Feedback- Shows you want to learn and are willing to improve. Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  5. 5.  4. Flexibility - Accept change and adapt to new situation.  5. Life-long learning - Able to learn new skills (Regulations, Administration, Registration, Communication).  6. Leadership - Able to make decisions and solve problems. Shows others respect and people want to work with you. Employability Characteristics Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  6. 6. How to Build Employability Skills?  Set Educational Goals - Create a plan to get necessary certificates for becoming qualified to apply for jobs.  Be Active in networking – attend Events, Fairs, Team sports, and more.  Participate In Some Form of Community Service - Dedicate your time and energy toward improving the community. Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  7. 7. Strategy for getting your next job interviews Copyright Crown College of Canada Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018 All rights reserved Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  8. 8. How do you define Adaptability?
  9. 9. ADAPTABILITY Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018 Adaptability is the ability to address everyday challenges.
  10. 10. How do you perceive a work environment? Are you an adaptable person?
  11. 11. Dec 12, 2018
  12. 12. 1. Adaptable people experiment.  To adapt you must be open to change, which means you must have the willand emotional tolerance, spiritual guidance to not only face uncertainty but to face events. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  13. 13. 2. Adaptable people see opportunity where others see failure.  To adapt is to grow, to change, and to change you must forego what you once believed to be “right,” classify it as "wrong," and then adopt what you now believe to be the new “right.” https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  14. 14. 3. Adaptable people are resourceful.  You can take away a person’s resources, but you can’t remove resourcefulness.  Rather than getting stuck on one solution to solve a problem, adaptable people have a contingency plan in place for when Plan A doesn’t work. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  15. 15. 4. Adaptable people think ahead.  Always open to opportunity, adaptable people are always on the lookout for improvement; minor tweaks that will turn ordinary into e xtra- ordinary because they’re not married to the one-size-fits-all solution. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  16. 16. 5. Adaptable people don't whine.  If they can’t change or influence a decision, they adapt and move on. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  17. 17. 6. Adaptable people talkto themselves.  But not in a weird way. When they feel their blood pressure rising, their teeth coming together and their fists clenching, they flip the “mental switch” through self-talk. Engaging in positive self-talk is the single greatest habit you can learn for yourself. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  18. 18. 7. Adaptable people don't blame.  They’re not a victim to external influences because they’re proactive.  To adapt to something new, you must forego the old. Adaptable people don’t hold blame but instead absorb, understand and move on. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  19. 19. 8. Adaptable people don’t claim fame.  Rather than wasting effort on a temporary issue, they shift their focus to the next obstacle to get ahead of the game so that when everybody else finally jumps on board, they’ve already moved on to the next challenge. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  20. 20. 9. Adaptable people are curious.  Without curiosity, there is no adaptability. Adaptable people learn - and keep learning.  Curiosity enables growth and pushe s you forward. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  21. 21. 10. Adaptable people adapt.  Really?  Are you an adaptable person? https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  22. 22. 11. Adaptable people stay current.  If you want to adapt to change you must know what to adapt to and why it’s important.  Communication is at the heart of everything we do  Adaptable people realize the impact their words, tone and body language have on others which is why they adapt! according to the personalities involved. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  23. 23. 12. Adaptable people see systems.  They don’t only see details, but the big picture.  Do you see often the big picture? https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  24. 24. 13. Adaptable people open their minds.  If you’re not willing to listen to others’ points of view then you’ll be limited in your thinking, which means you’ll also be limited in your adaptability.  The more context you have, the more choices that position you toward change.  Tell me about a time when you had to listen to someone with a different opinion than you https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  25. 25. 14. Adaptable people know what they stand for.  The choice to change isn’t an easy one, however neither is the choice to remain the same.  Choosing to adapt to something new and forego the old requires a strong understanding of personal values  Give me an example of a time when you had to adapt with something ne in life. What was the case, what you did and what was the consequence? https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffboss/2015/09/03/14-signs-of-an-adaptable- person/#3ab9f52b16ea
  26. 26. Quote https://strengthsschool.com/strengthsfinder-blog/adaptability-talent-theme Write a quote about adaptability and tell it to your colleagues in class.
  27. 27. Examples of quotes
  28. 28. What employer is looking for?  Alternative Solutions  Accepting Surprises  Accepting New Roles  Show Calm and Confidence Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  29. 29. Red flags in an interview  Candidate is not open-minded. People who stick to what they already know and are reluctant to try non-traditional solutions are less likely to adapt well to change.  Candidate is scared of the unknown. If your company’s environment is fast-paced and employees need to take on multiple tasks beyond their scope of responsibilities, look for candidates who aren’t afraid of taking risks and learning new skills. https://resources.workable.com/adaptability-interview-questions
  30. 30. Red flags in an interview  Candidate is not good team players. Being adaptable also means adjusting your working style for the team’s sake. Opt for candidates who value collaboration and flexibility.  Candidate is nervous. Candidates who can’t stay calm under sudden changes mightn’t be able to find quick and effective solutions to unexpected issues.  Candidate is negative. Candidates who blame others and are grumpy when they have to adapt to a change are less likely to accept https://resources.workable.com/adaptability-interview-questions
  31. 31. 31 Example of Interview questions  How do you adjust to changes you have no control over? (e.g. A person from your team decides to quit.)  Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  32. 32. 32 Example of Interview questions  What are the biggest challenges you’re facing when starting a new job? Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  33. 33. 33 Example of Interview questions  You have been working on a client’s project for a while, when your manager informs you that the project’s requirements changed suddenly. What would you do? Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  34. 34. 34 Example of Interview questions  How do you re-adjust your schedule when your manager asks you to prepare a report within an hour? How do you make sure you don’t fall behind your regular tasks? Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  35. 35. 35 Example of Interview questions  De scribe  a tim e  yo u we re  assig ne d ne w  tasks (e . g .  due  to  jo b e nrichm e nt o r  pro m o tio n. ) Ho w did yo u adapt?  The  ne w HR Manag e r im ple m e nts fo rm al,   q uarte rly pe rfo rm ance  re vie ws fo r all  e m plo ye e s.  Ho w wo uld yo u pre pare   yo urse lf and yo ur te am ,  if yo u we re  use d  to  having  o nly info rm al m e e ting s?  Te ll m e  abo ut a tim e  yo u had to  le arn ho w  to  use  a ne w to o l at wo rk.  Ho w lo ng  did it  take  yo u to  unde rstand its fe ature s use  it  Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  36. 36. Group Exercise  Ask few interview questions from your class partner regarding our topic today.  Listen to your class partner and give your constructive feed back about the given answers. Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  37. 37. Conclusion  What did you learn today from the lecture and the group exercise? Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  38. 38. CAREER COMPETENCIES IN CANADA ADAPTABILITY Prepared and Presented by: Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, Ph.D., MBA, CCPE, Cert. Psychiatry Lead Education and Career Mentor Prof. Peivand Pirouzi, 2018
  39. 39. Few words about working generations http://fourhooks.com/marketing/the-generation-guide-millennials-gen-x-y-z-and-baby-boomers-art5910718593/

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