Peer Support | Expertise-Infused Learning | Virtual Network
You are responsible for your own career development, not your employer nor your supervisor; therefore, you need to drive the process. A career development discussion is not just about improving your performance for the next year or setting goals for your current position. It’s about planning for the future, beyond your current position. The purpose of having a career development discussion with your boss is to help you grow and develop to your optimal capability over time. Some people are uncomfortable with this because they only want to talk with their bosses about their current position.
In this session, you’ll learn how to:
Speaker: Shelly Trent, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CAE, JCTC, JCDC
Trent is an HR and career development professional who has spent her life guiding others toward lifelong learning, career growth and personal enrichment. Her background includes human resources, college career services, corporate employee career development, and business and industry training.
Trent holds two certifications in human resources and two in career coaching, as well as ASAE's Certified Association Executive. She obtained her master’s degree in public administration with an emphasis in HR, and she completed her Ph.D. coursework at the University of Louisville in human resources development and career counseling. She is a frequent writer and contributor on various HR and career management topics for books, magazines and other publications, and she is a contributing author to the anthologies Humans@Work and Compassion@Work.
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