What does career-building mean in today’s business environment?

For the longest time, “climbing the corporate ladder” has been the perfect phrasing for what building a career in a large organization meant. It was all about hard work, being seen, recognition, and promotions. Each individual’s skills and ambition dictated just how high they could go.

Becoming a manager or having Senior in front of your job name is still considered a measure of success. However, there’s been a large shift in how to get there.

Direct managers and HR specialists are no longer mainly responsible for finding and developing the right people for the right role. Employees need to take ownership of their career paths, while leaders and support staff are responsible for providing suitable space and resources.

This change is equally exciting and scary.

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