June 10th 2011
Six Dimensions Overview
Explore effective career management in this presentation from David North and Trudy Delamare. Their research with senior leaders and employees of large organisations identifies six dimensions of effective career management.
- Clear business imperative
- Career development culture
- Individual-organisation partnership
- Quality career conversations
- Career supporters networks
- Tool and processes
The presentation explores each theme in more depth, illustrating how they can be implemented in organisations regardless of size and sector.
It concludes with recommendations for organisations trying to implement successful career management programmes in their organisations.
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