Resilience and taking feedback
Core Career Skills
20 - 25 minutes Easy Johnson Adeyanju
Resilience is a key skill that employers look for in their graduates. You're likely to have some setbacks early in your career and companies want you to be able to adapt to change and bounce back. Taking and actioning feedback is a key part of this. This module will show you why it's so important, how you can develop resilience and also demonstrate it to employers.
Bright Network, Talent Partnerships Manager
After graduating from the University of Sheffield, Johnson has worked in the education sector improving the access to opportunities for students across the UK. He has worked in graduate recruitment for Frontline in the charity sector and went on to join Bright Network in 2018. Working with a range of companies who hire graduates, he offers them the best solutions and facilitates the connection with Bright Network members.
Take a look at why resilience and feedback are so important in your early career and why employers are after people with a growth mindset.
2. Being resilient at work
Hear Johnson talk about resiliences in his own career and situations where you'll have to be resilient in your future career.
3. Demonstrating resilience during an application process
Understanding resilience is important, but you also have to highlight how you've been tenacious in the face of adversity during an application process.
4. Practice interview question
Your chance to put everything you've learnt in the previous lesson to the test and come up with an excellent module answer.
5. Developing resilience during your career
You can start building your resilience today. Find out how with these top tips.
6. Taking feedback
Feedback is the breakfast of champions... It's vitally important in your early career and taking it the right way and actioning it is a skill you can master.