He said BCC members had a great deal of “anecdotal evidence” that students were often ill-prepared for work, and cited resilience, communication skills – “so they can communicate in the workplace and with customers” – and motivation as some of the skills often lacking in new employees.“It’s about developing coaching skills in schools, and working with employers so people can experience and understand what the world of work requires of them from a very early age,” Mr Longworth said.
Some institutions did a better job than others at preparing students for working life, and most employers recognise that new workers “don’t come in as the finished product”, he said Mr Longworth.
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Reaching most goals Losing weight Having a baby Bodybuilding Becoming a professional career person such as a doctor, lawyer, engineer Becoming a top athlete Becoming a virtuoso in any musical field The healing of any wounds or illnesses Getting over loss or tragedy Patience is definitely a valuable character trait to develop.
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From turning up to the office in flip-flops, to struggling to make eye contact with co-workers or quitting after their first day, today's students often lack the personal skills, awareness and basic self-discipline that is essential in the workplace, the director general of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has said.
Some personal skills – an outgoing personality, for example – are prizes won in the genetic lottery.We must recognize that each of us is a unique individual with distinct emotions, needs and preferences.This is equally true for our spouses, children and friends.But in general, the education establishment was “driven to focus on grades and academic ability” rather than producing rounded people with the skills required to thrive in employment at work.The BCC wants to change the focus on grades by encouraging the government to assess schools and colleges in terms of employment outcomes.Needless to say, patience does not come easily to most of us and it's probably harder now to be patient than historically it has ever been.