Video: Career development in a new work environment – Going beyond career ladders

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Career development in a new work environment – Going beyond career ladders

In this virtual panel, we will take a deep dive into the changing learning mandate. Experts will reflect on how they’re rethinking employee career journeys in the context of their industries. What’s changed? And what’s needed?

What exactly does professional growth look like in a post pandemic world? 

As careers took a back seat in view of business sustainability, there’s a need to refocus attention on supporting development needs and that means reviewing changing technology needs, rethinking experience and equipping managers with the right resources and tools to hone their skills and areas of growth. Although career ladders for long guided career development, companies are realizing the power of career lattices and dual career paths. 

In this virtual panel, we will take a deep dive into the changing learning mandate. Experts will reflect on how they’re rethinking employee career journeys in the context of their industries. What’s changed? And what’s needed?

Here’s what we’ll cover:

1. Why is there a need to rethink career development?

2. How are leaders thinking about career growth in view of new emerging skilling needs?

3. How are HR teams equipping managers and employees to embark on a journey of self-discovery and self-learning?

4. How are companies leveraging technology to map opportunities post learning?

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Topics: Training & Development, #Career

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