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Are you maximising your staff development resources in your corporate role?

Money is only one part of your package as an employee (which a lot of people forget). Are you making the most of what your employer has to offer you? As a corporate employee you may not be making the most of all of the facilities, training and support offerings available to you. Here are three quick steps to check if you are a making the most of these:

  1. If you are onboarding to a new role or facing redundancy/exit triggered by your employer you can negotiate coaching as part of your onboarding deal or as part of your exit package to assist you in moving forward.

  2. If you are already in your employment check your contract to understand what learning and development opportunities are available to you. These may be for specific training, a specified budget or details of where you can request learning and development.

  3. If you are still not sure, check with your direct line manager whether you have access to a budget for learning, training, onboarding or staff development. Companies are usually keen for you to make the most of these so you can up-skill. Most teams will have budgets for training even if these are smaller. If there is no specific learning or training budget ask why, explore if there are other funds for other activities such as innovations, new business projects and you can integrate your coaching into one of these.

Hi! I'm Dr Sam Lynch. I'm a personal brand expert for high-achieving women and I want to help you unlock your career and business ambitions with more ease by working smarter. If you don't have a career strategy mapped out then it's time to chat.

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