Developing Career Adaptability in Others
This masterclass draws upon a range of international research and practical approaches for developing career adaptability in the workplace. Those who do not engage in substantive up-skilling or re-skilling through either formal learning or learning through work, for periods of five to ten years, run the risk of being ‘locked into’ a particular way of working. They become more vulnerable in the labour market, especially where there is a significant change in their job or their circumstances.
To support managers and workplace coaches to develop staff flexibility and mind-set in the face of change
By the end of the day delegates will be able to:
- Explain what is meant by career adaptability
- Identify the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to effectively navigate the demands of career development and organisational change
- Understand the difference between a fixed and growth mind-set
- Apply a range of methods for coaching others and challenging fixed beliefs and behaviour
The programme is suitable for Managers, team leaders and coaches with a responsibility for supporting staff through change
Overview of the day
|11.45||Developments in Neuroscience and the implications for facilitating change in others
Delegate Evaluations 2014
“Wanted more! It really opened my mind to ways of helping’stuck’ people”,Mark Wilkinson, Freelance Career Consultant
“Learned a lot of new techniques – the visioning technique is incredibly powerful”Tammy Harman, author and career coach.
“Liane delivers a motivational and inspiring programme”,Jacqui Phipps, Suffolk County Council,