Katherine Ponds, RVP, Career Management Practice Leader, John Sinclair and Mike Jason, Right Management
In most companies, the bulk of the workforce is starved for career development attention. There are programs for top executives, for onboarding new hires, for nurturing high potentials, even remedial plans to lift the lagging performers. But the middle layer of consistently performers who make the organizational engine run, day in and day out, typically get scant attention when it comes to their career aspirations and options.
When organizations provide career development opportunities, employees are six times more likely to be engaged. When employees are prepared and motivated to manage their own careers within organizations and given the tools to support both lateral and vertical mobility, the company benefits at all levels.
Are you building a program or a culture? You decide. During our session, you'll learn:
• Why this is imperative for your organization to remain competitive, enabling talent attraction, retention and engagement
• The level of commitment required to implement something like this in your organization
• How you infuse this concept into your employees to be personally accountable
• What tools and resources you can put in place to support your employees career development needs