Quiz 4: Employability and Leadership

Medicine

A resume refers to the document, which gives a photocopy of the qualifications. It summarizes the person, his or her abilities, and skills. It is a statement of what one has done in the life, what one is, and what one is hoping to do next. The resume is the initial mean of statement between a potential employer and the person. A resume comprises the following: 1. The name, phone number, address, and e-mail address of an applicant. 2. An objective, which explains the career aim, it should be clear and short. 3. Education details of the applicant and any previous work experience are also to be mentioned in a resume. 4. The personal interests of the applicant and the honors achieved by him/her should also be mentioned while creating a resume. 5. The skills, abilities, and strengths exhibited by the applicant, and the references (if there is any) is to be mentioned in a resume.

The professional development refers to sustaining or earning professional credentials, like conferences, academic degrees to formal coursework, and informal learning prospects positioned in practice. It has been illustrated as collaborative and intensive, preferably including an evaluating stage. There are numerous approaches to professional development, which includes coaching, consultation, and lesson study, communities of practice, reflective supervision, mentoring, and technical assistance. The three sources, which can help Oscar in his path of professional development, are as follows: 1. Learning centers: Web based training and find in-person to learn more about the present position, as well as skills for personal development and career. 2. Skillsoft and books 24×7: It includes thousands of web-based training classes, technical and management/leadership online training, tens of thousands of audio books, digitized books and videos. 3. Certificate programs: Staff development and education provide various certificates, like work leader certificate, performance management certificate, human resource management certificate, and others.

A resume refers to the document, which gives a photocopy of the qualifications. It summarizes the person, his or her abilities, and skills. It is a statement of what one has done in the life, what one is, and what one is hoping to do next. The resume is the initial mean of statement between a potential employer and the person. Before being invited in for the interview, the recruiters and employers look at the resume to see that the candidate is good enough for the job. However, if the resume does not look presentable, the candidate does not seem good as well. Even if the candidate is qualified enough, but a slight error on the resume can hamper one's chances. Thus, first impression is important in order to qualify for a job. Some of the common mistakes in the resume, which can hamper first impression of the candidate, are as follows: 1. Grammatical and spelling mistakes: Misspelling or a grammar error signifies that the candidate is lazy and do not care for the job. 2. Sloppy fonts and formatting: Error in formatting and use of too many different fonts makes the resume look too much clumsy. Thus, there is a need to avoid such mistakes, as it can hamper one's chances of getting the job. 3. Too short: The resume should be of at least 1 to 2 pages in length. Too short resume signifies that the candidate is skillless and not capable for the particular job position. 4. Too long: Like short resumes, long resumes also put a bad impression on the employer. One should try to maintain the resume to only two pages. Thus, try to avoid putting unnecessary things on the resume, and one should avoid being too much creative.