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Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want

Topic:
Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want
Date:
September 18, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
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Description
New economic and employment numbers confirm that career development is as important as it’s ever been. (Maybe even more.) In today’s business environment, talent is the major differentiator. And developing and retaining that talent is one of the most significant drivers of employee engagement... which in turn is the key to critical business outcomes like revenue, profitability, innovation, productivity, customer loyalty, quality, and cycle time.

Yet, despite its importance, managers too frequently ignore the development imperative. Every day, employees who believe that their careers are not getting the attention they deserve make the decision to leave. Some resign to pursue employment in organizations that offer greater opportunity. Others decide the freelance life fits them better and they cobble together a variety of projects that become their career. But an equally dangerous group is made up of those who stay but withdraw their engagement, motivation, and enthusiasm for the work.

So, what’s a manager to do? Plenty... and it might be easier than you expect. Quality career development boils down to quality conversations. Improve the conversation and career development improves... along with job satisfaction, retention and results.

Beverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Giulioni will show you just how simple it can be and how to build career development into everyday work life - where it belongs. Practical tips, research-based recommendations and verbal skills are offered to make career development a lot easier and more effective.

Want to re-conceive your career development role in terms of prompting, guiding, reflecting, exploring ideas, activating enthusiasm, and driving action? This presentation is for you.
Who Should Participate
HR professionals as well as all levels of managers or supervisors.
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Recommended Resources
Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want by Beverly Kaye & Julie Winkle Giulioni, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2012
Categories
Compensation
Human Resources Management
Leadership
Workforce Planning and Analytics
Global Leadership
Leadership Philosophies
Career Management
Trends
Leadership Retention
Leading Others
Leadership Training and Development
Mentoring
HR Leadership
Managers As Leaders
Diversity Leadership
Women in Leadership
International and Global HR
Employee Wellness
Integrated Talent Management
Developing Organizational Leadership Capabilities
What You Will Learn
Attendees will: • Learn the research that correlates engagement and retention with development • Understand the faulty assumptions that managers have about the career conversation. • Explore three aspects of a career development model • Consider implications for their own organizational IDP processes
Sponsored by
Career Systems International
Career Systems International
CAREER SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL, a Beverly Kaye company, helps global organizations maximize the engagement, development and retention of key talent and gain the Talent Edge™. Our talent management processes link directly to business strategies.
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Beverly Kaye
Career Systems International

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Julie Winkle Giulioni
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Georgia Technology Authority
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Stantec Consulting Services Inc
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Management Sciences for Health
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Lockheed Martin Corporation
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Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch, LLP
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Alliance Data Systems Corporation
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Horizon BCBS Of New Jersey
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Actavis US
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UMDNJ Univer Of Med & Denistry Of NJ
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PNC Financial Services Group
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Self Employed
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Nuance Communications
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Excellus Health Plan
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Netcracker Technologies Inc
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Seagate Technology
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Advent Software
Good presentation. Thanks for sticking to the time advertised :) 4 / 5
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Duke Clinical Research Institute
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Beiersdorf Inc
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TestAmerica, Inc
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1st Stop, Inc.
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Delmarva Foundation
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