Transferable functional skills are those you can apply in a variety of situations. Recognizing skills you possess and identifying ones you would like to develop help your career planning in several ways. You can research professions that will allow you to use your skills in a rewarding way, create a plan for developing desired skills, and tell networking contacts and potential employers how your skills will fit with your target profession and organization.
Listed below are activities that represent a wide range of skills.
Self-management skills relate to how you respond to situations, how you interact with others, and how you relate to your environment. They are transferable because they can be developed and demonstrated in all areas of life. Employers will prioritize candidates with proven self-management skills that fit the job and organization. Below are a variety of self-management skills.