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This programme is WSQ certified
Join our upcoming public workshops:
25 Mar 2021 | 22 July 2021| 1 Nov 2021
Participants will be awarded a certificate upon successful completion
Employees are increasingly concerned about their career development as the global talent market shifts towards the gig economy, and new skills are needed to survive and thrive through change.
As leaders in the organisation, how can we ensure our people have the right skills to succeed? How can we prepare them for an ever-changing work landscape to remain agile and relevant? How can we have productive career conversations within our time pressures? How do we navigate sensitive conversations about promotions and expectations when there are no clear answers? How do we partner employees to take ownership of their own careers?
Why is this critical?
It is not possible for an organization to meet its goals with a disengaged, insufficiently skilled and unmotivated workforce. A good manager brings out the best in their employees to deliver outstanding results.
Career development is a key engagement and retention factor.
Organizations need to have the right skills to succeed.
Managers are consistently rated poorly on their development skills.
The ever-changing landscape forces employees to plan for career resilience.
A person's career spans at least 35 years, that's a long time to navigate.
CareerPower®Classic for Managers
Based on the concepts from Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go and Up is Not The Only Way by Beverly Kaye
CareerPower®Classic for Managers is a one-day learning experience that enables managers to apply an award winning career coaching model to:
Listen: Get employees to talk confidently about themselves and ask the right questions.
Level: Reflect honestly through a series of awareness-building assessments.
Look Ahead: Realistically focus on the big picture and its impact on employees.
Leverage: Use what and who they know to create opportunities.
Link: Connect employees to development resources, such as content, mentors and learning experiences.
In this workshop, you will learn to:
Apply a proven model to navigate meaningful and productive career conversations.
Hold development conversations using specific questions and tools in the limited time you have.
Manage sensitive topics on promotions and expections effectively and build trust.
Encourage employees to take ownership of their careers in a changing world of work.
Help employees see multiple opportunities, that up is not the only way.
Both virtual and face-to-face formats available
Full day (9 hours) instructor led learning for skills enablement
Keynote sessions (1 to 1.5 hours) for inspiration and awareness building
Train-the-trainer programs for sustained skills enablement within an organisation
(Face-to-face only) Public courses conducted once every two months across various venues in Singapore, limited to 24 people per session with safe distancing measures implemented
Upcoming public workshops for 2021: 25 March, 22 July, 1 Nov
Internal workshops are available with flexible delivery options to accommodate different needs, geographies, time zones and languages.
This programme has been certified as being eligible for funding under Singapore's Workforce Skills Qualifications' framework for
Technical Skill Competency: CAREER COACHING (HRS-PDV-3023-1.1, Level 3)
This means that you or your organisation can receive up to 90% funding for this programme, with prices as follows:
For a Full-day course (8.30am to 5.30pm) with a 1-hr personal coaching/assessment conducted within two weeks from the workshop
Absentee payroll funding at 80% of hourly basic salary, capped at $7.5/hr (non-SME) and $4.5/hr (SME)
FEEDBACK FROM OUR CLIENTS
“We conducted a series of CareerPower workshops for managers. Our managers shared it was a great course with the most practical tools for career development and IDPs we have ever seen. The examples provided were inspiring too. Thank you for working with us to build a culture in Edwards Lifesciences.”
— Judy Heng, Human Resources Director at Edwards Lifesciences (Singapore)