We all have skillsets that make us more employable, but according to Knock ’em Dead, the skills all employees should have are: communication, critical thinking, leadership, motivation, respect for procedures, determination, integrity, teamwork, creativity, time management and productivity.
My strengths: communication, leadership & critical thinking. These have led me to consistently advance in my career field and to become a leader in my profession. My integrity and get-it-done attitude make me stand out amongst others in my field. In fact, the most important traits I hold true are my determination, integrity, communication skills and productivity.
Where my teammates need help, I step up and assist with follow-through, which aligns with the needs of the department I work while helping the company unveil hidden needs, further launching it forward. My skills and knowledge in social media make me stand out amongst others in my field, but I want to be known more for my expertise in communications as a whole.
I am constantly learning and growing in the technical side while honing my skills as a communicator. I am an experienced technical and article writer, work well following ideas and concepts through to fruition, and am a clear and adept communicator overall. I am a leader that follows assignments through to completion. Though I respect the past successes and current processes of my workplace, I am masterful at implementing new procedures that help further the mission of the organization for which I work.
As I progress in my field, I am dedicated to furthering my personal development. I especially focus my energies at mastering the art of teamwork, creativity and time management. These are areas where I know I need growth. Though I am adept in the basics of each (I work well within a team, have good ideas and am organized), I understand my shortcomings. As a team member, I sometimes work on projects independently where working with another team member could be more productive. When implementing my own ideas, I oftentimes am hesitant at following through for fear of failure. Finally, though I am proficient at organization and delivery, my prioritization is something I that could use improvement.
Overall, I am a strong communicator and skilled in my profession. I am an asset to any company looking for a skilled writer with integrity, leadership and critical thinking skills. If you are looking for a Springfield leader to help launch your business forward in its communications, you should consider hiring me, Angela Frizell.