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The Employability Journal

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 228
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Macmillan Study Skills

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Paperback - 9781137603814

21 March 2017

$22.99

Ebook - 9781137603821

16 September 2017

$18.99

Ebook - 9781137603838

29 April 2017

$29.99

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Get the most from your work experience, placements and internships with this journal. The journal format provides a great structure for processing your learning and reflecting on your progress, with sections on...

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Get the most from your work experience, placements and internships with this journal. The journal format provides a great structure for processing your learning and reflecting on your progress, with sections on self-awareness, effective communication, managing change, networking and other key skills for working life. You’ll find plenty of space to record key achievements, alongside activities and prompts for reflection to enhance your career and personal development.

The Employability Journal is the ultimate companion for all undergraduate students looking to create a personal development record and enhance their employability. It is an invaluable resource for students undertaking industrial placements and those on personal development planning or employability modules.


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  • Breaks career planning down into bite-sized chunks, which students can easily dip in and out of
  • Encourages students to work through the journal at their own pace and decide which sections and activities are the most relevant to their needs
  • Allows students to use their own personal experiences as a stimulus for personal development, thereby giving them a personalised structure for developing their employability skills
  • Paper-based format prompts a deeper level of reflection and a sharper focus on the task at hand

Introduction
PART I
Theme 1 Making the Most of Your Experience
Theme 2 – Self-awareness
Theme 3 – Career Development
Theme 4 – Skills for Working Life
Theme 5 – Effective Communication
Theme 6 - Learning from Feedback
Theme 7 - Understanding Organisations
Theme 8 - Values
Theme 9 - Managing Stress and Change
Theme 10 – Networking
Theme 11 - Career Decision Making
Theme 12 - Looking Forward
PART II: MORE SPACE FOR REFLECTION
PART III: CV BUILDING.

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Barbara Bassot is Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Career and Personal Development, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.

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Barbara Bassot is Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Career and Personal Development, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.

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