live online Program
SELF-DRIVEN EMPLOYEES ARE ENGAGED and HAVE A PLAN
This program is a practical workshop designed to get professionals to take ownership of their career development goals within your organization.
Employee turnover is due largely to disengagement in the workplace or a lack of support and communication from management. Empowering employees to take responsibility for their career growth, driven by intrinsic motivators, is key in reducing turnover and increasing engagement. Annual or bi-annual employee reviews are not sufficient.
In this workshop, we give employees the tools to create a plan and emphasize that they are in charge of involving management to support them, not the other way around.
Development Pipeline and identifying what needs to address
Restructuring mindset—How successful people think?
What is your career compass?—Natural Strengths, Experiences, Values
Steps to Creating a Personal Development Action Plan—What, why, and how
Application to learning models
Behavioral Competencies (Include your company-specific)
Practical application—Self-reflection and finding key developmental competencies and needs
Putting together your DAP
Taking charge and following through (Adapted to your organization’s needs)
FIRST CREATE A PLAN,
THEN ASK FOR SUPPORT
Supporting your employees is crucial to the growth of your team members and employee retention. However, it is not the role of the manager to initiate the process. Employees need to take ownership and understand that they have to drive the process.
After developing a personal career development plan that aligns with the organization's direction, employees need to take charge and ensure their success, not only their managers.
I am an executive coach and facilitator with over ten years of experience conducting in-person and online classes, and coaching for a multitude of Fortune 500 companies.
This program stems from coaching clients with a technical/analytical mindset and realizing the difficulties they were facing.
It was delivered to numerous companies in high-tech, biotech, and finance, including managers and leaders from multi-cultural backgrounds.