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Skills Management is the practice of understanding, developing and deploying people and their skills. Well-implemented skills management should identify the skills that job roles require, the skills of individual employees, and any gap between the two.
The Skills Matrix is the heart of your Career Portfolio. In the matrix you can add different skills and experiences you've acquired through classes, jobs, and other activities. As you complete your education and after graduation, your matrix will grow with your accomplishments. Don't expect to fill up every section right away; your portfolio is meant to be developed over time as you master new skills.
What are the available skills and experiences?
Skills include Communication, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Leadership, Life Management, Research/Project Development, Social Responsibility, Teamwork, and Technical/Scientific. You can also add your own skill (see How do I add my own skill? below).
Experiences describe where and how you've obtained those skills, including Courses, Jobs, Service/Volunteer Work, Memberships/Activities, and Interests/Life Experiences.
Where do I get these skills and experiences from?
Skills and experiences are acquired through a variety of ways: internships, part-time jobs, extracurricular activities, volunteer positions, etc. You even gain new experiences and skills from your courses each semester. You can include any academic or extracurricular experiences that have helped you increase your self-awareness and your career development.
Remember to explore new courses, activities and interests that will build upon different skills and experiences. The more diverse you become, the more skills you will have gained.
20th May 2010 From India, Hyderabad