Webvent

Help Them Grow: Facilitating 21st Century Career Development

Thursday, December 13, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Julie Winkle Giulioni, Principal, Design Arounds

Despite today’s dramatically different business, employment, and demographic landscape, career development continues to be conceived of and conducted much as it has been for the past few decades. No wonder it consistently falls to the bottom of employee opinion and climate surveys!

Given escalating battles in the war for talent, organizations are grappling with how to address this critical employee priority. But structures, processes, and even innovative technologies tend to simply put a new face on an old approach.

Instead, what’s required is a more fundamental reset of the very idea of career development, based upon today’s reality and expectations. This interactive webcast will help you facilitate 21st century career development by:

  • building a business case for prioritizing career development today
  • updating your own definition of career development and introducing this into your organization
  • incorporating micro-career development into the leadership routine
  • identifying the cultural hallmarks required to drive for 21st century career development success—and evaluating how your organization stacks up.

Based in part upon the soon-to-be-released second edition of the bestseller Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Organizations Need and Employees Want, this webcast offers actionable strategies for enabling meaningful and results-driving career and talent development.
 

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Julie Winkle Giulioni
Julie Winkle Giulioni

Principal, Design Arounds

Julie Winkle Giulioni works with organizations worldwide to improve performance through leadership and learning. Named one of Inc. magazine’s top 100 leadership speakers, Julie is the co-author of the Amazon and Washington Post bestseller Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want, a respected speaker on a variety of topics, and a regular contributor to many business publications. 


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