Every working professional has an on-and-off-again relationship with their professional development until they discover Catapult Learning. While we aren’t relationship experts, we are experts in your career success.
Discover how you can uncomplicate your relationship with professional development in 3 easy steps:
Step 1: Make The First Move
Starting each employee’s professional development journey can be challenging, but not when you set goals and build plans.
Employee self-assessments make it easier to understand the employee’s perspective and needs. By simply asking your employee what skill they want to improve or learn more about, you can identify their areas of interest and how developing these skills can impact their work positively.
Career succession planning is a valuable tool to identify the skills your employees will need to develop along their projected career path. Many employers have succession plans for some or all their employees.
Ask our Experts
Ask our experts for help creating a professional development plan and strategy tailored to your organization’s needs and goals. Start the conversation today at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 2: Find Your Match
Learner Profile: HR Generalists, Assistants, and Directors
Our Human Resources courses are designed to provide a strong foundation of HR knowledge for both new hires and experienced employees.
Learner Profile: Team Leaders, Managers, Supervisors, Directors
High-performing leaders are your organization’s greatest asset.
The Management Advantage™, our flagship certificate programs, is designed to help team leaders, supervisors, managers, and directors develop the fundamental skills and competencies required for their success.
Learner profile: Any Position & Any Department
It is essential to continually upskill your internal talent so they develop professional skills to communicate effectively, collaborate with others, influence, think critically, and make decisions in the workplace.
Learner profile: Business Analysts, System Administrators, Marketing, HR
In today’s workplace, everyone must have a basic understanding of technology and how to use it.
And we took it one step further. Map out your technology skills training with our brand-new course pathways:
Step 3: Make the Commitment
Registering your employees for courses has never been easier with our flexible format offerings. Discover virtual live, private group, in-person, and elearning options that empower your employees to succeed without compromising their, and your, time.