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Managing Your Career Development Within Your Organization
Transcript of Managing Your Career Development Within Your Organization
: Feedback and development, awareness of ambition
: Learn, develop trust and reputation, find out about new opportunities
: Build relationships and reputation, understand big picture, get in the mix when opportunities arise
Average job search is 4-7 months
Variables: age, employment status, tenure in last role
Loss of benefits
Job search while working
Limited to evenings and weekends
Scheduling networking meetings and interviews
Redefine current role
Lateral move (transfer department, office or country)
Look to make your role better
Identify weak points/opportunities that match your strengths/interests
Chat with colleagues and pay attention to issues in meetings
Create an ideal job description (expanded or totally new role)
Shop the new job to current
and/or future boss
Keys to Unlocking your Career Without Moving On
A part of Professional Services.
Resume & cover letter reviews
One-on-one coaching (job search, networking, LinkedIn, interview preparation, career planning)
Workshops & seminars
In addition to:
Career services for Internationally Trained Professionals
Outreach to employers and immigrant serving agencies
Mentorship & Connector Programs
Annual Tax Clinics
Professional Advisory Services
CPA Assist (Member EAP)
40 years = Average career
11-15 = Number of job changes
4-7 = Number of career changes
25% = "Advancement" reason
for changing jobs
1:5 = Interviews:Applications
88% = Increased responsibility
through org. move
Quit job and look for a new one
Job search while working
Find something new internally
Ready for a Change?
12% = Increased responsibility
through internal promotion (2014)
Down from 15% in 2004
... Employees who are promoted within an organization advance further and faster than job hoppers!
A trend we should try to reverse?
Regular Dialog With Manager
Meet weekly or bi-weekly
Discuss accomplishments, goals, development
Revisit most recent performance review
Transparency about desire for responsibility, development, projects, and promotion
Join Committees and Working Groups
Learn through involvement
Low stress way for introverts to network and build relationships with colleagues in other departments
Develop reputation as impact player
Network Outside Your Department
Coffees and lunches
Find mentor, develop sponsors and backers, earn trust of decision makers
Learn about inter- and intra-departmental issues, upcoming projects, opportunities
Transparency about desire for new responsibility, projects, and promotion
Progress further and faster!
Intimidated by Networking?
Ask manager or colleague to introduce you
Start small using face-to-face chats rather than internal emails
Consult with Career Services
Join CPA Connector or Mentorship Program
The subject of performance reviews was covered in Part 1 of the "Advance Your Career" Series
Read about taking charge of your own performance management here:
Can you guess the significance?