The AccelerateME program addresses the career concerns of a new generation of professionals and beliefs such as “I don’t have career path,” “I’m not getting feedback,” and “My manager isn’t coaching me.”
By focusing on building killer career management instincts, emerging professionals will learn to navigate their career progression in an agile business where the concept of a concrete career ladder is no longer feasible.
Participants will attend a group workshop, complete a mobile 360-degree feedback assessment in class using Career Revolution’s model of early career success, and then debrief their results in small group mentor circles or one-on-one coaching sessions. Managers can also participate.
As a result of the AccelerateME Program, participants will:
The workforce has changed. Managers are being asked to work in flatter structures and be able to quickly adapt to continuously changing business conditions. As they strive to lead themselves through change, they are also held accountable to lead others through transition and align them to organizational values and goals.
Whether new college grads or those further along in their career, employees are reporting challenges in understanding how their skills fit into the larger mission of the organization. In turn, organizations are reporting ongoing challenges with what they perceive as declining engagement as well as millennial entitlement and lack of focus.
Teams are more important than ever because the way we do business has changed. With fierce competition at the forefront of every executive’s mind, getting results requires more collaboration and innovation than in the past.
Today’s teams can be problem solving power houses leading the way for true innovation. This means that the organizations with real staying power are fueled by well-run teams. Whether forming a new team, adding a new leader or merging teams, learning to leverage individual and team strengths can make all of the difference in accelerating business results.
As companies become more connected and diverse, they are also shifting their talent strategies to appeal to a multi-generational workforce in new ways. Attracting and retaining top talent, building leadership bench strength and keeping employees engaged are challenges at the forefront of the minds of most organizations.