Ignite Your Career
Are you ready to advance your career? Are you considering applying for the next position that will progress your career? If so, your resume and interviewing skills will be the calling card for a new opportunity. Being prepared for that opportunity is paramount. The Reignite Your Career: Skills for Successful Interviewing course prepares you for the best opportunity for success. You will learn to ensure that your resume tells “your story,” and conveys your personal brand. Re-write your resume with quantifiable accomplishments complemented with a cover letter that expresses why you are the best qualified. The course concludes with “before the interview” actions, a rehearsal of sample interview questions, final interview preparation, and a checklist of what to do after the interview concludes. These skills will give the interviewee (you) the best opportunity for a successful interview and increase your confidence as you look to the next step in your career.
To complement your interview and résumé readiness, will be the discovery of your personal preferences using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®).
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) assessment tool and interpretation offers opportunities to strengthen interpersonal communication skills, leadership skills, professional appearance, and technology competency and integrate the UCLA Health organizational vision by first identifying your personality preferences based strongly on the works of Carl Jung’s theory of psychological types.
The MBTI tool is an instrument to help you become aware of your particular style, to better understand, and appreciate the helpful ways that people differ from one another. UCLA Health has at least three generations of workers that will benefit from the MBTI assessment tool and interpretation by our UCLA Health System MBTI® Certified Practitioner – Reginald A. Randles, MOL, SHRM-CP.
Note: Bring a copy of your most recent resume
Immediate use of this new knowledge contributes to:Higher self-awareness
Enhanced abilities to respond to all situations with a solutions oriented mindset
Increased levels of human compassion and empathy
Greater collaboration amongst team members
Understanding where you derive your energy
Realizing your preference for taking in new information
Recognizing how you use new information to make decisions
Identifying your preference for making sense of your immediate environment