Career Management

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For most people, career progression almost happens by accident. Being in the right place at the right time, receiving a ‘shoulder tap’ for an internal promotion or receiving an approach through a networking contact is what defines career management for many. Instead career management should be an ongoing process that enables the individual to take career control and make informed decisions about the next steps.

Career management is imperative as businesses and organization face increasing market competition and rely on robust succession planning and a motivated and engaged workforce to deliver on the strategic objectives.

Key Focus Areas

1. Career Assessment
2. Personality Preferences
3. Career Motivation
4. Competency and Attribute Assessment
5. Training Needs Analysis
6. Developing short, medium and long term career goals
7. Exploring internal career options
8. Creating a career pathway
9. Career SWOT Analysis
10. Development of a Career Management Action Plan