A new, updated version of the Compass Workbook produced by Keva’s experts has been published. This new version will help you to identify and develop your own competence, strengths and change readiness. Originally in Finnish, the workbook is now available in English and Swedish, too.
For a pleasing direction on the career path, you need to consider and identify your own strengths, competence needs, interests and goals. Developing competence and learning new things throughout your career also strengthen work ability and create wellbeing at work. To help with this, Keva’s experts have compiled and produced the Compass Workbook, which is intended for everyone interested in identifying and developing their own skills and competence.
Change readiness is an important working life skill
The updated Compass Workbook contains useful tips and practical exercises for mapping competence and strengths, clarifying own career goals, together with a completely new section on strengthening change readiness.
A constantly changing working life emphasises the identification and development of own change readiness as being important working life skills. Facing change requires self-awareness that helps to have confidence in oneself and competence also in change situations.
Keva is involved in the Reveal Your Skills week
Like last year, Keva is involved in the Reveal Your Skills week from 5 to 11 September 2022. The week is coordinated by the Service centre for continuous learning and employment.
Together with hundreds of other organisations, businesses and entities, the campaign week aims to strengthen the ability to identify own skills and competence and to reveal them. Everywhere – including at work, in everyday life and in leisure time – the identification of developing competence is linked to wellbeing and employment.
Partners involved in the Reveal Your Skills week have published various tools on the campaign website and useful tips on revealing and strengthening one’s own skills. Keva’s updated Compass Workbook is included in the toolkit.