A New Way to Work

Success and change without burnout by Dr. Geri Puleo

10 Elements of a Strong Career Development Program (VIDEO & INFOGRAPHIC)

Career development programs are necessary if organizations want to build their employees’ competencies and commitment. In fact, these programs provide win-win outcomes for the company and its workforce.

Employers with active career development programs experience greater loyalty, productivity, and retention as well as decreased turnover.  Because company-sponsored career development activities increase employees’ awareness of promotional avenues within the organization, workers tend to have better morale arising from a feeling that their employer actually cares about the professional growth.  (Click here for my video on how a perceived lack of organizational caring for employees leads to burnout.)

But how do you get started?  What do you need to include in order to get the most “bang for the buck” in these programs?

In less than 5 minutes, this video will discuss the Top 10 important elements that are necessary to create a strong career development program that motivates and engages employees.

BONUS: Download the free infographic with all 10 elements at http://bit.ly/2Hwc6w2.  

Dr. Geri Puleo, SPHR, is the President and CEO of Change Management Solutions, Inc., an eLearning company focused on techniques to eliminate the 5 workplace stressors that create and sustain burnout:  Job Change, Organizational Change, Work-Life Imbalance, Poor Leadership and Management, and Ineffective Human Resources.  An entrepreneur for over 25 years, author, keynote speaker, blogger, career coach, university professor, and researcher, you can see her “in action” in her TEDx Talk on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFkI69zJzLI.  For more tips and ideas, please subscribe to her weekly “Success @ Work” eNewsletter at https://drgeripuleo.lpages.co/success-work-opt-in-page.  To contact Dr. Puleo, please go to www.gapuleo.com

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