Creating a Career Culture: Connection and Collaboration
New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development
Changes in the career landscape require commensurate revisions in career development (CD) to ensure it meets the needs of both employees and employers in this era of multidimensional career paths. Drawing on a model from the past, we propose building a strong career culture based on the relational approach to CD. Implementing a relational strategy can save money and stretch resources, but it requires practitioners to take on new roles and responsibilities. We describe those roles and provide examples of three relational CD initiatives
Human resource management; Guidelines; Outdoor activities; Interest groups; Employees; Community; Careers; Boundaries
Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Kim McDonald and Linda Hite (2008).
Creating a Career Culture: Connection and Collaboration. New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development.22 (2), 63-68.