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Manager Career Support

Employees want a manager in their corner who understands their values, strengths, and interests.

They need someone to ask the right questions—not provide all the answers—while sharing insights and honest feedback. They need someone who is connected to people and opportunities across the organization, and they need someone to help brainstorm new ways to develop and apply their talents. Our career coaching services will help ready your managers for these important conversations.

Can The “Plan” – How To Have the Career Conversations Employees Really Want A much more realistic approach on career is required. Increasing frequency, connecting on what matters, looking broadly for support, and being prepared for the inevitability of change are critical for today’s career discussions.

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Career Conversations

When managers are involved in career support and development, their team members are more satisfied and productive, knowing they have an advocate in their career journey. Furthermore, the organization continues to thrive as the right people are placed in the right positions at the right time. This career coaching program readies managers to engage in more regular and informal career conversations intended to benefit both the individual and the organization.

In Career Conversations, we facilitate honest dialogue about what it is that employees want out of their careers, what is actually expected of managers in the career development process, and how managers can best prepare to talk about their team members’ careers. This half-day learning experience provides the insights and tools for managers to understand individual team members, creates connections to both opportunities and people, and helps managers create a team strategy for talking about career development.

When people talk about career, 74% state that it is most important for their manager to understand their values and strengths


of individuals agreed, or strongly agreed, that there is nothing wrong with staying in the same job if managers are supporting their pursuit of new skills and work that satisfies them

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