Ways to offer career progression to staff | Main Region
How to offer career progression to your staff
How to create a career progression plan for your staff
1. Understand your employees’ long-term career goals
Your employees can also share how they envision achieving their goals, how their goals will benefit your organisation and how their goals match with their experience.
2. Plot a detailed employee career path together
Next, collaborate with your employees to create a detailed and transparent development plan that matches their existing skills, experience and capability. By recording this plan, you’ll increase each employee’s accountability.
Be aware that not every employee wants to climb the career ladder. You may find that some employees instead want to move sideways or expand the scope of their current job to perform their role even better.
3. Encourage staff to assess their strengths and weaknesses
4. Find appropriate mentors
5. Offer your employees stretch opportunities
6. Offer employees time and space to upskill
7. Check in regularly and offer advice and support
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