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Career Pathing

Career Pathing

Posted: 26th April 2020

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  • #6012
    Anonymous

    Dear all,

    I was wondering if you could recommend a useful methodology and approach for career pathing? Ideally, I’m looking for a strategic approach which is visual in nature

    Thank you.

    Helen

    #6030
    DanCB
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    Hi Helen,

    Today we’re seeing organizations move away from career paths and instead focus on  ‘career experiences’ so that your people can drive their own unique career paths, playing to their strengths, and developing skills and experience in lots of different ways.

    A good approach is to encourage your people to own their own career and development and then get managers good at having career conversations (a training toolkit below) – finding out team members’ strengths, aspirations, and then supporting them to get what they need.

    Our role in HR becomes about creating the environment for these career experiences to happen and also help managers with initiatives and suggestions e.g. learning, projects, stretch assignments, job shadowing mentors, etc.. (some ideas from other organizations in the webinar and toolkit below)

    1.A slide deck for helping managers have “career conversations” https://disruptive-leaders.com/toolkit-leadership-training-human-conversations/

    2. A webinar on Trends in Talent Management https://disruptive-leaders.com/new-approaches-to-talent-management/

    3. A toolkit on fresh approaches to Talent Management https://disruptive-leaders.com/ideas-to-help-you-refresh-your-approach-to-talent-management/

    Hope that helps a bit!

    Karen

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by DanCB.
    #6396
    Anonymous

    Thank you,

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