#5. Making India Employable-Jogesh Jain
#5. Making India employable
Jogesh jain is an employability coach and the founder of J.J.School of Employability. Since 2007 jogesh is working on a mission to make India Employable. He has reached out to 20,000+ students, parents, teachers and professionals through 200+ workshops/sessions.
This episode Jogesh jain talks about the importance of mentor, career mapping and the skills that are required to be more employable.
04:05 Journey from a 7 th grade failure in vernacular medium to an ICWA rank holder
06:40 Career mapping
07:35 Japanese philosophy of "IKIGAI"
12:04 Focus on process not the outcome
14:50 Making India employable
19:12 A mentor's role
21:50 Levels of listening
24:37 Am I employable?
27:52 Effect of style of parenting
28:27 Circle of influence
28:59 How Journaling has helped Jogesh?
30:21 Bridging the gap
33:43 Be yourself
34:42 How to achieve something you don't know and you are capable of?
36:49 Be the mentor you never had
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