Out Of Syllabus

Out Of Syllabus

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Publisher V&S Publishers All Leisure Read books by V&S Publishers
ISBN 9789350572832
Author: V. Rajesh
Number of Pages 96
Available in all digital devices
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Out Of Syllabus by V. Rajesh
Book Summary:

It is easy to skip a question during an exam if it is “Out of Syllabus” but what do you do if you are faced with a situation in life for which you were not given any inputs? Can you run away from the situation using the “Out of Syllabus” excuse? Career is one area where one is expected to know and manage situations. After all a person is paid a salary to be able to handle things and deliver results. The reality is that most people get a lot of academic and conceptual inputs relating to one’s career choice but very little practical inputs on how to effective use the academic learning. “Out of Syllabus” outlines the various such gaps in your learning with regard to career success and also gives specific and precise inputs that can be actioned with ease. The book defines the career of a person in phases and details the crucial elements that need to go into each of these phases. The end result is a holistic, balanced orientation which would help the individual work towards success in their careers. And more importantly, these inputs can also enable personal effectiveness and success.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Leisure Read.
Table of Contents:

1. Introduction & Overview

2. Importance of Career Planning

3. The Three Bucket Theory of Career Planning

4. The 1st Bucket:

a. Life skills learning

b. Functional learning

c. Organisational learning

d. Personal effectiveness

5. The 2nd Bucket:

a. Defining your Personal Success Secret

b. Developing Behaviours for Success

6.The 3rd Bucket

a. Confidence Vs Overconfidence

b. What is the "Wallenda Factor" and how to avoid it

c. People first

7. The most important one; The 4th Bucket!

8. The Last Word