The Career Management Triangle

Ref : SSK0019AD04

Theme : Talent & Career Development

Contributor : Alan Duke

Alan Duke is a seasoned HR professional with 30+ years experience in the UK, Europe and North America and has held worldwide responsibility for Senior Management staffing and career development with a leading international company. He has published several articles and is co-author with Daniel Boulanger of “Managing Careers at Michelin : a 3 Star Career Guide” (ed. EMS 2011).

Video Summary

Roles, responsibilities and relationships of Employee, Manager and Career Manager in a virtuous 3-way career development partnership.
How to conduct a career management interview.

Learning Objectives

- The Employee is the primary player in his own career evolution.
- Management’s essential role is short-term, limited in both time and space.
- The Career Manager’s long-term horizon transcends organizational boundaries.
- The importance of getting the first career management interview right.

Key Words

Partnership, responsibilities, relationships, horizons, tools, interview, on-the-job, assessment