For Career Seekers
This is the Agility for supervising people and situations to achieve positive outcomes.
Agilities are combinations of your work skills and interests. Use them to work more effectively in your career.
The skill of managing helps individuals work more effectively in their careers by recruiting the right people for the job. Those who are effective at managing assemble and coordinate teams and organizations to reach important goals, as well as oversee situations involving planning and execution to reach desired outcomes.
PEOPLE WHO MANAGE OTHERS USE THESE SKILLS:
"I lead my team by demonstrating the steps needed to complete their assignments."
"I directed each team member to the tasks they were responsible for."
"I inspired my team by discussing the importance of their work."
"I motivated my team by rewarding their hard work."
TIP: Use these words in career conversations, resumés, and cover letters.
WATCH MANAGING IN ACTION
Many industries have careers that feature “Managing” as one of the top 3 Agilities.
Choose from the list below to watch a video showing how:
Agriculture and Natural Resources
Architecture and Construction
Arts and Communication
Education and Training
Finance and Insurance
Personal Financial Advisors
Government and Public Administration
Urban and Regional Planners
Medical and Health Services Managers
First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers
Computer and Information Systems Managers
Law, Public Safety, and Corrections
First-Line Supervisor of Police and Detectives
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers
Marketing, Sales, and Service
First-Line Supervisor of Retail Sales Workers
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
Transportation and Logistics
Administrative Services Managers
USE THIS AGILITY AND ENGAGE IN THE CAREER EXPLORER TOOLS
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