No doubt you’ll already have many skills that will impress potential employers and help you stand out.
Understanding where your strengths lie is not only a great way to help your skills develop, but also to highlight those areas where you’re not so great (we all have them). And the good news is, the more you use them, the better you’ll get.
Use the Rate Your Skills tool to find out what you’re good at and where you can improve.
Listening and problem solving skills can be essential in the workplace
See how these skills can be vital in different work place situations and how you can master them and develop other key skills with LifeSkills
Growth mindset for students – what is a growth mindset?
Find out about growth mindset, what it means and how it can help you to get ahead at school, college, university or in everyday life.