Internal career development is one of the most important drivers of job satisfaction and retention of talents. We know that securing opportunity for internal development can lead to increased productivity where for example job clarity, supportive working environment and a good relationship with nearest manager has a huge influence on engagement.
Even though we know the importance of this, many organizations are still struggling. Lack of common principles and tools across the organization, lack of transparency in career opportunities and difficulties of managing career expectations are some of the common limiting factors for internal career development. Also, many organizations focus primarily on their top talent, and not on the potential of the entire workforce.
Join us at this meeting where we will focus on internal career development programs. At this meeting we will be joined by Bojana Zupanic, Global Talent Management Consultant, Rambøll. Bojana and Cristina Fors Holmark, Head of Learning & Talent Development at Ørsted, who will talk about how we can approach the challenges of internal career development in the best possible way.
We will focus on:
- How to change the overall mindset when it comes to career?
- How to create a Career Development Philosophy that promotes individualized career paths, growth through experiences, open conversations, and clear employee ownership?
- How to create tools and processes that have significant effect on internal career development and internal mobility?
With Rambøll’s new global career development approach their goal is to empower employees and leaders to manage careers more systematically, effectively, and consistently.
With Ørsted’s new global job architecture, career and competency framework the aim is for employees to take ownership of their career supported by the people leaders and Ørsted providing the necessary tools.
Are you also interested in hearing more? Then join us at this meeting.
Bojana has worked for Rambøll since 2021 where she among other things led the implementation of the new Career Development framework for more than 17.000 employees globally. Before this she worked at Danfoss as global HR Business Partner and the last five years as Head of Global Talent and Succession.
Cristina has +18 years’ experience working with leadership and organizational development and talent management at both FLSmidth and now Ørsted. Today Cristina is Head of Learning and Talent Development and responsible for Global Corporate Learning & Talent Development as well as Ørsted Learning Academy, High Potentials Development, Graduates and Trainees.
Read more about the NOCA theme Organisational Development and Design here