The webinar includes these seven topics to help your valued employees manage their careers in a very changing workplace.
Change is the most pervasive influence within today’s workplace. Profound changes are shaking up the way organizations do business and therefore shaking up how you, as a talented professional, manager, or independent contributor, will keep pace with these changes; be seen as a value-added employee, and contribute to the company’s success. Three critical skills are needed, during these turbulent times, for your own career success. You need to know how to:
The focus of this webinar will be on helping ambitious, talented employees manage their careers in a very constantly changing workplace. Therefore, if you are concerned about your career success and satisfaction, as you should be, then take ownership of it. The benefit of effective career development is that you take charge of your career growth and, at the same time, you will make a significant impact within your company. That’s a win-win.
Years of change, restructuring, outsourcing, down-sizing, and now the aftermath of the pandemic, have caused employees, especially your top talent, to assess their career satisfaction and success. They are asking: Where are the professional growth opportunities here? Where else can I move to find more challenges or advancement? Should I try to get my great ideas to market here or somewhere else? In other words, should I stay, or should I leave? In the context of this reality and the rapidly changing marketplace, career development becomes a vital talent retention strategy. It facilitates the organization to align the aspirations of individual employees with current and future business needs as well as create a workforce ready to move into vital roles that the changing workplace is demanding. There are three groups that need to take responsibility for development. First are the managers who link the organization's needs to employee career goals and assist them in finding resources and opportunities. Second is human resources who provide the tools and programs for employees to manage their careers and to ensure they are integrated with business needs. Third, and the focus of this webinar, will on the employees who must take individual responsibility for their careers in the organization.
Therefore, if employers want their valued talent to be committed to the organization, engaged with their work, and driven to innovation they need to provide them with the tools and resources to: