Career Compass

For people managers, it is crucial to place individuals in job roles in which they are motivated, and in which they regularly do work they enjoy.  It is also important that the individuals have a feeling for the direction that they would like their career to take, and knowledge of how to make this happen.  This drives employee engagement and  retention which is key to business success and employee wellbeing.

Frequently employees lack insights as to what their preferred career path should be, or their aspirations are unrealistic or unlikely to result in fulfilment.


'Career Compass' corporate workshop:

Group workshops, in which individuals learn to drive their own personal development, focussing on increased use of their strengths, and addressing their personal motivators.  By doing this they will find more enjoyment and reward from their working life. Individuals identify goals for their current situation, aspirations for the future, and learn how to plan to make this reality.  By generating a purposeful direction for individuals to progress within the organisation, succession planning is facilitated.  Through individuals spending more time on work that motivates them, employee engagement and retention is enhanced- this is key to business success and employee wellbeing. 


Who should attend?

Whether individuals are looking to find more satisfaction in their current role, or plan a trajectory for their career, ‘Career Compass’ will provide valuable methodology to build more fulfilment into their work life.

Specific target groups may be staff early in their career, staff seeking new directions, and line managers.

Benefits to your organization:

Improved employee engagement, performance and retention through the following benefits to individuals:

  • Individuals understand what motivates them at work and what they enjoy.

  • Individuals identify tangible ways to make their current situation more enjoyable and rewarding.

  • Individuals gain insights into their preferences for future job roles.

  • Individuals use common terminology and are able to articulate their career aspirations during coaching discussions.

  • Individuals are motivated to drive their own development, and gain tools to do this effectively.