Career Clarity (Part 1):
Setting Your Direction
Target audience: Employees already looking for new roles internally or externally, or employees who are dissatisfied with their current role but unsure about their career goals.
Learning objective: To help participants better understand what sort of job will satisfy them and whether they should be open to career change.
Participants should finish the course with:
- A clearer understanding of which tasks they enjoy at work, their level of mastery of those tasks and their personal strengths
- Clarity about what what’s important to them in a work environment and what gives them meaning at work
- Insights into why following your passions does not always lead to a successful career
- Clarity about what their next step is: looking for a similar role (in which case they can finish the program here) or making a more radical career change (in which case they should continue to part 2).
Length: 60 minutes.
These video clips are excerpts from the full course. To see the full course, please request an online demo.
- Four key factors that drive job satisfaction:
- Enjoying most of the tasks
- Using your strengths, while still being challenged
- A work environment that’s a good fit
- Work that is meaningful.
- Why “follow your passion” isn’t necessarily good advice
- The degree of career change required to boost satisfaction
- Exiting employees who are confused about their next steps feel confident to start taking action more quickly, which increases take-up of other outplacement services.
- Higher take-up of outplacement services enhances exiting and retained employees’ perceptions of the organisation as a supportive employer. (This boosts the net promoter score.)