- Career Development Planning
- Different Types of Careers
- Impact of Technology
- Giving Career an Organic Growth
- Organizational Needs for Career Growth
- Mentoring as an Effective Tool
- Downsizing and Lay-offs
- Managing Workforce Diversity
- Succession Planning
- Careers in a Global Environment
- Retirement Planning
- Selected Reading
- UPSC IAS Exams Notes
- Developer's Best Practices
- Questions and Answers
- Effective Resume Writing
- HR Interview Questions
- Computer Glossary
- Who is Who
Career Development Planning - Introduction
46 Lectures 4.5 hours
25 Lectures 1 hours
All organizations like to improve constantly. One of the biggest channels to introduce improvements in any organization is through change. There can be no improvements without change. The same thing goes for the employee too. There can be no improvement in an employee’s career if he isn’t open to change.
Nowadays, if someone expects all good things to happen to him without he doing any value addition, then he is living in a fool’s paradise. This is the reason why most of the organizations have self-development plans to help their employees improve their skill sets and become at par with the best talent globally. This acquisition of new skills helps them in gaining personal growth and successful long-term careers. The secret to career success has been encapsulated in the simple words, be the person with the right skills in the right place at the right time.
What is Career Development?
Career development is one of those rare steps that addresses the needs of both employers and employees. Every organization wants its employees to grow in their professional life, so that they can mold themselves to face the future.
This is the main reason why organizations implement training sessions and introduce many learning curves to integrate their vision with the employee’s personal goals. While this process might sound quite seamless, it does offer a lot of challenges during the implementation. The biggest reason is the communication barrier that exists between the management and employees in organizations.