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Strategic Interns is a pristine platform for students and recent graduates to find a connecting point with the professional world adhering to specific industry or sectors as well as to attain an opportunity for discovering their talent base by varied approaches: Profile-Specific Internships & Placements as well as the Corporate Offers.

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Five ways to fill your weak spot

Identifying gap areas and rectifying them is an integral part of the career trajectory. But admitting to and learning from bloopers or weakness is easier said than done. Lets know how to get ease into the process:

1. Identify the type of weakness
It is important to be aware of the type of weakness one is dealing with. One has to figure out Whether it's a 'skill' or a 'will' problem. He feels skilling issues or the lack of proficiency are easier to rectify by observing performance against that of peers and through training and coaching. Inadequacies in terms of will are psychological and need to be dealt with differently.

2. Observe Peers
Peers who are rewarded are the best indicators of knowing what you lack. Every organisation has a culture of rewarding people based on certain skills-like getting more business for the company or generating a bigger network. It is important to identify such people and adopt their working styles.

3. Reach Out to Superiors
Khanna had a subordinate who used to go in diverse directions on global calls without reaching a constructive end. He sought help for his problems and Khanna started conducting mock sessions with him before global calls to prepare him. His interactions improved dramatically over time.

4. Be Willing to Learn and Unlearn
Khanna could not help another subordinate who refused to admit he was at fault and lagged behind. His ratings suffered and he had to be asked to leave. It is important for professionals to be agile and willing to go beyond tried-and-tested techniques. They should be willing to learn from others and should not be overconfident.

5. Set Clear Targets
To be able to define and rectify weaknesses more clearly, one should have a set target in place. Celebrating everyday successes at work can also help build one's confidence towards achieveing the bigger goal.

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