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Creating a Framework for Career Development

A Career Development program allows an employee to reflect on their career interests and goals and identify roles that they may wish to move into. After an employee has identified a career path, they can determine how well their knowledge, experience, and competencies fit the requirements of the role. The employee can then develop an individual learning and development plan to address any gaps. A career development framework can help you to organize your program, policies, procedures, and tools so that all employees can take ownership of their careers.


Tips for Building Career Maps

Career Development allows employees to explore, pursue career goals, and ultimately take charge of their own careers. One of the most important parts of any career development program is a career map that describes the different positions, roles, and stages within an area and across the organization. This map visually shows how each role relates to the roles that both precede it and follow it.