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Today’s workforce is markedly different than ever before — five generations working side-by-side for the first time each with unique development expectations and all expecting a personalized growth experience. Further, fulltime workers are far from the only employee profile. They are joined by contingent workers, gig associates, part-timers, and returning alumni with Millennials making up the largest portion of employee populations regardless of the organization or industry. Regardless of the profile, all workers desire career flexibility and progression. And, regardless of the organizational demographics, all companies desire agile and engaged employees. Research has found that workers tend to be more engaged when given opportunities for development, growth, and career evolution.
Based on trending and recent research from Deloitte, Laci Loew & Company LLC, Kelly Services, and others, few are navigating the new career development landscape successfully. Part of the challenge lies in the fact that there is no single formula for effective career development, but the studies did confirm at least one similarity among companies where career development serves as a strategic business lever: they unequivocally invest in the perpetual and personalized development and growth of each individual.
HR.com recently conducted a survey to explore business importance and impact of career development, priorities and approaches for development, and targeted populations for development.
This webcast in “fireside chat” style will offer insights on how to shape your career development approach and practices. We will also share guidelines regarding how organizations should think differently about career development to garner employee engagement that lasts.
- Laci Loew, Laci Loew & Company LLC
- Lee Klepinger, Harrison Assessments North America
What You Will Learn
By participating in this webcast, you will:
- Discover the changing nature of how “career” is defined
- Learn about the contemporary requirements for career development
- Understand the new role of learning & talent leaders to sustain employees’ new career expectations
- Know the most critical actions to reinvent career development in line with new expectations
- Receive survey results via an email to all webcast participants post-event
Who Should Participate
- CHROs and Chief Talent Officers
- HR/Talent Management/Learning/OD & OE Professionals & HR Business Partners
- Business Leaders