Last week, I wrote an article about the career development strategies that organizations need to consider. It’s important for organizations to make investments in an employee’s career and future with the organization. If they don’t, it could result in high turnover.
But that doesn’t mean employees are off the hook. Employees
need to have their own personal career strategies. They need to be able to
articulate to their managers what they want in terms of a career. In addition,
employees should have an honest opinion about the knowledge, skills, and
abilities they need to work on.
If you’re looking for a little creative inspiration when it comes to developing your own career development strategy, here are a few articles that you might find helpful:
Soft skills are in big demand. Employers want to identify
them in candidates. Learn the top soft skills that employers look for when
Integrity is the foundation of trust and respect. Good
leadership needs strong values. Here are 6 things to focus on to improve organizational
Leadership is needed more today than ever today. Innovation
is key to success and growth. Here are 7 qualities in strong organizational
Being a better team player can be a boost for your career.
Companies look for it in promotions. Learn 10 ways to be a better team player.
Results at work can lead you to career success. But
delivering a great outcome doesn’t just happen. Learn 7 steps that will help
you get better results at work.
Whatever stage you’re at in your studies or career,
networking can connect you with exciting opportunities. Learn to network
Understanding what companies are looking for can help you
define where you’d like to see your career now and in the future. It can help
you identify the resources you’d like when negotiating with the company. It can
also help with your overall work performance (which often helps with your
paycheck, if you know where I’m going).
Career development strategies benefit both individuals and organizations. The conversations should be happening on a regular basis. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to talk about your future career goals. Be prepared!
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