Watch “Sarovar Hotels and Resorts | Silver Jubilee Team Building Event | Seyfert Sarovar Premiere” on YouTube

Corporate Skills Academy Conducted Team Building Activity for

Sarovar Hotels and Resorts

Silver Jubilee Team Building Event

At Seyfert Sarovar Premiere,

Dehradun, U.K, India!

Watch the Energizing Video and Like, Share, Subscribe and Hit the Bell Icon for more Updates!

Watch “Hamara Haridwar Save Ganga Mission” on YouTube

Created by Corporate Skills Academy

Credits: Har Har Gange Song from the movie Batti Gul Meter Chalu

Thanks to T-Series, Singer A Singh and Creator/Producer of the Song

For any objection please write to corporateskillsacademy@gmail.com

About Us:
Hamara Haridwar is a WhatsApp group started by Corporate Skills Academy Haridwar to Save Ganga and Bring the community together in uttrakhand, India for cleanliness Awerness to protect the river Ganga.

Our WhatsApp Group Link: https://chat.whatsapp.com/71u6l8lwbEeJviGdOQW6e9

Corporate Skills Academy Haridwar is the No.1 Training Academy for Spoken English and Behavioural Skills at SIDCUL HARIDWAR, U.K, INDIA.

Please contact us at 7060375021 or email us at corporateskillsacademy@gmail.com

Find us and like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/corporateskillsacademyharidwar/

Visit us at http://www.corporateskillsacademy.com

Thank you for watching! Please Subscribe and Hit the bell icon for more updates!

Please like and share this Video and Support Save Ganga Mission!

Link to YouTube Video:

Essential Corporate Skills You Need For A Startup Career

131204-Corporate-Skills-Startup-275x275Founding or joining a startup often seems like the polar opposite of working for a big corporation. But truthfully, many important entrepreneurial leadership skills are best learned from a corporate mold. In fact, having a more traditional work background can provide you with extremely valuable skills and experiences when you embark on a new professional journey—especially in the vast unknown that is the startup world.

To find out which traits wannabe startup employees can benefit from the most, we asked a group of 14 entrepreneurs from the Young Entrepreneur Council: “What’s one skill you learned in a corporate job that has benefited you more than you expected at your startup?”

Their best answers are below.

derek-capo1. Avoiding Analysis Paralysis

When I worked as a hedge fund analyst, I learned to avoid analysis paralysis. The management team helped me avoid that by encouraging me to become more comfortable in my decision-making by instituting a process and mental model. This has worked wonders in our company because it has caused us to act faster on all facets of the business—whether marketing or operations.”
—Derek Capo, Next Step China

steven le vine2. Getting the Job Done

In business, there is no room for excuses. It’s all about getting the job done and getting the results you set out to achieve. If you aren’t tenacious enough and you don’t keep pushing, it won’t happen. That is even more true when you’re self-employed. If you don’t get the job done, nobody else will.”

—Steven Le Vine, grapevine pr

mary ellen slayter3. Working With Big Businesses

Having experience working inside a really large company has been invaluable in helping us land contracts with big companies now. I know how their procurement processes work, including the timelines and paperwork.”

—Mary Ellen Slayter, Reputation Capital

adam callinan4. Selling Yourself

As anyone in a startup would certainly attest, you often spend more time selling yourself than you do your product or service. Being experienced in sales has been hugely beneficial as an entrepreneur and has endless necessary applications. Whether you’re networking at an event or pitching investors, your ability to sell yourself is a must.”

—Adam Callinan, BottleKeeper

patrick conley5. Running Split Tests

As an engineer, I was in charge of facilitating many split tests to determine the optimal manufacturing techniques for various processes. Now, as a business owner and marketing consultant, we constantly run split tests for clients to optimize websites, emails, click rates, and sales performance.”

—Patrick Conley, Automation Heroes

grant gordon6. Growing a Thick Skin

Between the finger pointing, exchanging big bucks, and being thrown under the proverbial bus, learning how to deal with personality challenges and undue criticism was a skill I developed. To lead the orchestra, you have to turn your back to the crowd, and my ability to do that has led to the development of several great companies.”

—Grant Gordon, Solomon Consulting Group

ryan stephens7. Always Bringing a Solution

When I was younger and in my first couple of jobs out of college, I thought I was clever for identifying and bringing problems to my bosses. I quickly learned I was just creating more work for them and started bringing, at the very least, viable solutions to the problems I’d identified. This is key in startups where you encounter new problems all the time.”

—Ryan Stephens, Ryan Stephens Marketing

leah neaderthal8. Always Having a Point of View

It sounds simple, but always have a point of view. Too often in the corporate world, especially with junior-level employees, we leave it to someone else to make the call, and we defer to rank. When you don’t wait for someone else to come up with an answer, you establish yourself as someone with an idea, an insight, and a point of view.”

—Leah Neaderthal, Start Somewhere

JT allen9. Organizing Thoughts

It sounds so basic, but structured, organized thoughts that lead your audience through an argument have been instrumental in helping me communicate effectively. I learned with PowerPoint, but there are many different ways to do it. Another is the Minto Pyramid Principle. No matter the method, seek out this capability. It will make life a lot easier.”

—JT Allen, myFootpath LLC

adam cunningham10. Structured Writing

My first job was under a lawyer who was quite strict about email etiquette. It wasn’t just about using bullet points for the key, salient details beyond a proper introduction and sign off, but he also focused heavily on only writing that which was necessary. In other words, he knew how to get to the point, and accordingly, made all those who worked under him get to the point.”

—Adam Cunningham, 87AM

neal taparia11. Using Microsoft Excel

Every cent you make and spend ultimately steers the direction of your business. You must have a holistic understanding of how your overall finances impact your business. Excel lets you model out bonus structures, make revenue forecasts, and understand how many people you can realistically hire. Every decision you make can be financially measured.”

—Neal Taparia, Imagine Easy Solutions

mitch gordon12. Being Patient

Progress moves slowly at most corporations. At startups, it moves at breakneck speed. Working at PricewaterhouseCoopers taught me patience. It taught me that sometimes it’s worth checking something once, twice, and three times. Not everything needs to move at 100 miles per hour. Sometimes this can be counterproductive. This is a reminder I often need at a startup, because everything is a balance.”

—Mitch Gordon, Go Overseas

fabian kaempfer13. Identifying Inefficient Business Processes

Big corporations generally have it all together when it comes to efficient business processes and procedures. They can appoint a dollar amount to every asset, physical or virtual, and operate as a well-oiled machine. Being able to identify inefficient business processes has allowed me to create a company with the least possible waste and instill operational procedures that are easy to scale.”

—Fabian Kaempfer, Chocomize

nick reese14. Organizing and Systematizing

I’ve found that the organization and systematization skills I learned in the corporate world directly translate to the startup world. Knowing how to build a system that will run itself (or at least organize itself) is to key to building an agile and responsive business.”

—Nick Reese, Microbrand Media

This article was originally published on The Daily Muse.

Best Deals-300x250

Change Will Not Come If We Wait For It!