Updated: Dec 4, 2020
When writing a resume, one of the key elements to include is a section on your skills set and core competencies.
The skill sets may contain soft skills and hard skills. What I found interesting is “motivated skills”. According to CareerPlanner, “your motivated skills are the skills you are good at using and that you really enjoy using. In fact these are the skills that you can take with you (transfer) from job to job and from career to career.”
If you’d like to find out what your motivated and transferable skills are, use their tool found at this link.
It takes 10 minutes.
Their tool also helps identify your “burn out" skills and your "developmental skills”.
As of today, the online tool costs US$12.
I do know clients who have used this tool and found it helpful in understanding why they sometimes feel drained in their jobs (because they are using their burnout skills) and what they need to put in their #LinkedIn profile or digital resumes.
I hope you’ll find it useful too.