Providing Career Development Resources for both Human Resource, Supervisors, and Organizational Leaders and the Working Mom Workforce to increase awareness of Career Growth and Workforce Development.
Career Development Resource Center
Welcome to our Career Development Resource Center!
We believe that Career Development involves the development of an employee's skills and knowledge that enables them to plan and make informed decisions about their education, training, and career choices. It also involves having a Strategy, which includes any behavior, activity, or experience, to help employees meet their career goals. In our Career Development Resource Center, we will provide the tools necessary to empower working moms to get back to their Career Vision and stick with it; while providing additional resources for their employers to improve their Workforce Development/Learning & Development Initiatives, Processes, and Programs.
We use the Frank Parsons theory of matching careers to your talents, skills, and/or personality by using the below Career Development Process/Model to provide the most up-to-date resources: (click on the buttons to access the resources under each process)
Assess what you desire in your Career. We recommend exploring Self-Discovery exploration.
Begin implementing your Career Development Strategy.
Explore what your Career Vision can look like. Check out the M.I.S. Map to explore.
Determine your success and decide how you will proceed further.
Create a Career Development Strategy which outlines what positions, training, and education you need to pursue your Career Vision.
Career Development Training Videos
Training and Mentoring are among the most effective methods for Career Development. Thus, we want to provide you with the training to develop your skills and knowledge to make informed decisions to develop and build your career.
To Access the Career Development Training Videos, click on the topic of your choice and the video will appear in a new window.
Do you understand the importance of having a career plan/strategy? Check out this training to learn why it's important to have a career plan to know where you are going.