June 2014

Outcomes, Process and Skills, Oh My! Writing Top-Notch Resume Statements

Submitted by Jessica Eldridge on June 24, 2014 - 12:00am

What are your greatest transferrable skills? How do you market those skills to your future employer? Are you an agile learner, and if so, how do you leverage such a skill in the job hunt? These are the questions explored in UI’s June Snacks and Skills. To see the entire presentation, access the Prezi.

Learning Agility: the Secret Sauce to Long-Term Success

Submitted by Jessica Eldridge on June 24, 2014 - 12:00am

June Snacks and Skills also touched on a particular skillset termed as learning agility. Known as the ability to adapt, learn from past experiences and feedback and embrace innovation and change, Korn Ferry Talent and Leadership Consulting considers learning agility to be the top predictor of long-term professional success. Through their longitudinal study of business executives, they found that higher an individual’s level of learning ability correlated with greater advancement: Highly learning agile individuals averaged three more promotions in a ten-year period.

Seeking Solutions: Part II of the Social Embeddedness Action Collab

Submitted by Jessica Eldridge on June 23, 2014 - 12:00am

Earlier this spring, the Office of University Initiatives launched the Action Collab Design Process to discover opportunities and solutions to heighten ASU’s social embeddedness landscape. (For a recap of the first part of this process, read this blog.) On June 19, a second group of community engagement practitioners from across the institution gathered to tackle a design question built upon opportunities presented from the first session:  How might we better track service learning and community-based internships across ASU?

Archive / June 2014