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Disconnected Leaders and Employees: Why Career Development Expectations are Not Being Met and How to Bridge the Gap

It would not be an understatement to say that employees have high expectations around career development. However, it’s equally true that their current employers are not doing enough to meet those expectations.

Our new research showed clearly that 42 percent of respondents are concerned about not having relevant skills that will make them desirable in the new world of work, and 70 percent want their organizations to have a clear talent and development strategy to give them the skills that will help them fill future roles.


Yet, just over half of managers and only one-third of non-managers believe their organizations are making sufficient investments in skills development and providing regular skills assessments and development plans.


Learn three best practices that will address the disconnect and engage employees in setting career goals.


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