Against a back-drop of concern about the employability of graduates, Kaplan’s new Guide to Core Skills and Employability will help undergraduates and graduates to define and demonstrate their own employability.
Using a range of tools, the Guide to Core Skills and Employability provides an opportunity to reflect on and learn from experience gained through work placements, as well as during education, of the key skills or areas that are widely regarded by employers as being critical to employability.
It seeks to build up personal confidence in employability and to help ensure that skills acquired can be used to greater advantage in the workplace.
The book has been written by Rachel Sumner, an Executive Coach, certified by the UK’s Institute of Leadership and Management. Rachel holds degrees in Economics and Business Education and a Masters Degree in Education. She has taught Strategic Management and International Business to over 3,000 undergraduate and MBA students in Europe, North America and Asia and is an advisor for Ghost CEO, the world’s leader in development for professional women. As a champion of graduate employability she has worked with Business Schools all over the world to enhance their curriculum and also coached graduates to build their credibility and visibility in today’s labour market as well as exploring opportunities in entrepreneurship and consulting.
Priced at £25 and published in the UK by Kaplan Publishing, the book is available from our website at a discount by using "55d4y3h-s" as a discount code.