Everybody wants to make something good out of their lives. Merely a job is often not good enough, we want a purpose in life that would help us feel useful and appreciated for all the good that we would be doing within our dream job. The most common and obvious way to achieve that is to apply for a job at an NGO where our productiveness would be valued not directly by the amount of financial profit that we bring to the company or the amount of trust and authority that we bring to the company’s name, but by the amount of good that we do for the world that we live in.
Personality development has become the most common trend of every individual. Nowadays, people are very concerned about grooming themselves as well as developing their characters. Because due to the social media and other societal factors, people are getting aware of the personality development in order to compete with the elite class of the society. Now everyone is trying to improve the attitude, behavior and other personality traits because to compete with the society, every individual must need to be quick and smart all the time. It is not enough just to have high qualifications, but one’s personality should also be very influential to compete with the society. Therefore, there are some essential tips to improve the personality traits.
Internship is a great way to get your foot inside the door of the corporate world. However, the competition is so fierce that you need to always keep yourself updated and on the toes in order to have any real chance of getting selected for a respected internship in a good NGO. The good news for you is that there are many things that you can do to increase your chances of landing an internship that others can only dream of. This post is about the same.
Be it the toughest management entrance exams or a job interview, quantitative aptitude test forms an integral part of the elimination and selection process. To grab your dream job or to get enrolled in your dream institute, you need to cross this step that usually forms the first hurdle.
Having succeeded in the struggle to establish one’s career in international development, as time passes a practitioner faces a different set of issues. It’s no longer about getting your foot in the door and being taken seriously. Your standards rise and your choices increase; your domestic situation adds new criteria to your career decisions; you may be less willing to endure wild and woolly field conditions; your body may start to impose limits on you. Being middle-aged and older brings new challenges as well as opportunities.
The 20s is an era of time for crazy career choices and busy job interviews. One thing fresh graduates are constantly worrying about, though, is securing a good, stable job. But in short, your 20s are actually a time in which you kick start your career and must be mentally prepared to make foolish choices, and handle any setbacks thrown your way. Staying strong is the key so remember, it’s never too late.
Since we are both into travelling and development challenges, my husband and I went last year for the first time ever to sub-Saharan Africa. The aim was versatile: a mix of voluntary work, leisure time, honeymoon, visiting friends and family. I must admit that I wanted to do it as much as I was scared of it (you do hear different things!). Our trip didn’t turn out exactly how we planed it, yet it was still a lifetime experience, which I’m glad I made as it helped me put things into perspective.
Career development is the lifelong process which involves managing learning, work, leisure and transitions to move towards a personality. It determines a preferred future for an individual. Career development provides someone with the choice of selecting a career and subject to undertake in future.
Though the concept of “Creating Shared Values” has been long discussed and debated for its definition and institutional stakes globally, passing of mandatory CSR provisions in India has gained much attention among development professional across borders of its intent, relevance and applicability.