A recent Docebo Survey stated, 36% of workers and nearly half of millennials would consider quitting a job that didn’t provide learning opportunities.
According to a SplashBI article, in order to Improve and Engage Millennial’s in the Workplace, Career Development should be a top priority. People perform best when they have an attainable career goal.
If you are not offering benefits, retirement plans, or covering some reimbursable expenses how will you empower and motivate them to reach the company goals?
We recently worked with a small team within GSHA Quality Services that yielded 75% success rate. Read the Case Study.
Career management can be defined as the combination of strategic planning and active personal management of one’s own professional career. According to National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), Career Management coaching activities could include helping an individual identify and articulate one’s skills, strengths, knowledge, and experience relevant to the position desired, communicating career goals, and identifying areas necessary for personal growth.
It also includes self-exploration of job options while understanding the steps necessary to pursue opportunities. An outcome of a successful career management engagement is the individual’s ability to self-advocate for opportunities within the company or external workplace.