In an age where skill sets can become obsolete in just a few years, many workers are scrambling just to stay current. How can organisations encourage continuous learning and foster a growth mind-set in every employee, year after year?
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The traditional career growth model of an entry-level worker slowly and steadily climbing the corporate ladder is no longer the reality for working professionals. Shorter tenures, the pressure to master new technologies, and gap in skills cause organisations to question how they can foster growth and retain the workforce.
Our latest article provides suggestions on how organisations can mitigate the consequences of the new career dynamics, some of which include:
Although nothing can reverse the trends of the new career dynamics, organisations can make the transition easier by adopting an active program to support employees’ reskilling, re-education, and career development. We have identified many ways of helping organisations to redesign their support structures for their workforces; reach out to me or download the report to find out how we are helping organisations.