Career Development in Organisations

Career Development in Organisations: What part does it play?


Friday 5th July 2019 3pm


In a time when the job market is uncertain many companies and business leaders may feel that career development is not a priority.  They may see it as something that is personal to employees.  But the challenge is, that while organisations want to maximise employees performance, employees want to maximise their careers.  And these goals are not always one and the same.  Career development provides the opportunity to align employee aspirations with business needs, that increases the chance that the workforce will be willing, ready and able to move into the roles that the organisation needs them to play.

What is the Career Development in Organisations event about?

In this practical and interactive session, we will explore the strategic role of career development within an organisation.  Why is it important?  We’ll discuss the cost to organisations of not having career conversations with employees.  And we’ll look at whether the responsibility for career development lies with employees, managers or HR.  To illustrate what can be achieved, we will share practical tools to gain buy-in to a strategy and put career development into practice. Career development is going to become a proven competitive advantage for organisations. Is your organisation geared up to support growth and development?


Who is it for?

This webinar is for HR Directors/Managers, Heads of People, Heads of Talent, Career Development Managers and Organisational Development Managers.


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This session will be facilitated by Antoinette Oglethorpe, an award-winning speaker, bestselling author, consultant and coach.  Her company specialises in leadership development and career management.  Their mission is to unlock leadership potential in ambitious individuals and companies so they can innovate and grow.


Note: The webinar is free of charge. We expect to be oversubscribed, so if you are unable to attend, we would appreciate it if you could let us know.



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