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Development of potential: How do we motivate people to use their skills?

"People can achieve amazing things together" said once Future researcher Matthias Horx in a lecture. One can only agree with that. Nevertheless, many people cannot fully utilize their potential due to a lack of funding, a lack of economic opportunities or poor starting conditions. That harms society, as the election of Trump or Brexit shows. How can that be changed?

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Your own path is becoming ever more important

Developing potential is an increasingly important topic in our society: While training and career paths used to be more or less standardized and mapped out, in our digitized and networked society it will become increasingly important that people go their own, creative and unusual paths, such as management foreman Gunther Dueck.

Also in Company is increasingly an issue: Because more and more often I hear from recruiters and personnel marketers that creative and innovative problem solvers who can, for example, as far as possible automatically work into technical solutions and even entrepreneurs are desperately looking for.

Have courage to go your own way!

This is the reason why I find it particularly important that young people who are just starting out into a career or want to re-orient themselves professionally are not only given tips for the design of CVs and application letters, but that we help adults to discover their own abilities.

This includes the courage to embark on extraordinary career and life paths as well as perseverance to pursue their own ideas and goals despite adversities.

Down from the dead horse!

Perhaps that is why we will light up Best of HR – Berufebilder.de® New forms of work for years and we have been interviewing people around the world about innovative business and marketing ideas as well as new and traditional job profiles, through which we document all facets of social change.

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Here are some more examples: “Get off the dead horse” is recommended by Tom Diesbrock in his Series of contributions to a new career. In the article I show which difficulties you have to deal with when it comes to career orientation ”Which profession suits me?”Over the years, many of our readers have written down their stories as founder reports or reported on their life paths in guest posts.

Development of potential - but not for everyone

Now it is just not so easy, that you simply have to give a few tips and then put them full of energy. Unfortunately, the opposite is often the case, because they often do not dare to take their fate into their own hands because of their training or their environment.

For example, this week I was having a lively conversation with a universityprofessorin and chair holder about how much harder it is for children from working-class families - because we both share this experience.

Why are many people frustrated rather than motivated?

For example, if role models are lacking in one's social environment, one's own parents do not encourage education because of lack of experience and one hears from others that one should accept one's fate instead of being able to improve something on one's own initiative, then this paralyzes the sense of self-efficacy and self-efficacy hence the motivation to fight for his goals.

The result is that many people are anything but prepared and frustrated at the digital, social change. I remember, for example, the fierce, up Best of HR – Berufebilder.de® Years of discussion on the subject Skills shortage, in which many engineers bitterly complained that they could not find a job.

Why are some people just not successful?

Careerexpert Svenja Hofert at the time thankfully highlighted the application documents with an economic engineer with an immigration background, as they say in several contributions worked out that much of the presentation of this application documents depended - an exciting experiment, I think.

In the end, the applicant has also found a job - thanks to extensive advice and many good tips. But, and unfortunately that's the dilemma: many can not or do not want to afford such advice because they do not see the benefits.

When people get together, you can achieve a lot

After all, the discussions also ended Best of HR – Berufebilder.de® in an active action: numerous engineers have signed up toWe are VDI”- founded in contrast to the business-related Association of German Engineers - to shed more light on the subject of skills shortages. In the end, the topic became too from an ARD reportage taken up.

So what Matthias Horx said is true: People can achieve a lot if they team up. Since the topic is so important, the end is open, we should all contribute to the topic. It is important to initiate a discussion on this important topic. Let's start with that today!

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4 answers to "Developing potential: How do we motivate people to use their abilities?"

  1. Daniel says:

    "I think a lot of people are not clear about your real potential." Stefan Kierstein in the ime blog about the difficult handling of one's own potential.

    • Simone Janson says:

      Thanks for the post. How is the link of the article exactly?
      Regards

      • Daniel says:

        Please: https://www.ime-seminare.de/blog/vom-schwierigen-umgang-mit-den-eigenen-potenzialen/

  2. Job college says:

    Calling for the blogspot Potentialsfolding: How do we motivate people to use their abilities? by Simone Janso ... - Recommended contribution 1Dwg5mnQFR

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