Career Paths

While climbing the corporate ladder may be the cliché, it’s not the path most people take. Employees make both upward and lateral moves, and lateral moves may be exactly the moves you want them to make.

The Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) helps you uncover career paths at your organization, in all their upward and sideways complexity, to help employees see where they want to go.

Rely on a Proven Process for Discovering Career Paths

CAEL has a proven process for helping your employees find the right path for them—and for you:
  • Step 1—We begin by identifying the positions you know you will need to fill
  • Step 2—Next, we help you communicate job descriptions and necessary skills and education to your employees so they are prepared to fill the positions
  • Step 3—Finally, we link the educational needs to your employee development strategy to ensure that you are moving people in the right direction

Access Research on Industry-Specific Career Paths

CAEL offers specialized publications and websites for reference:

Healthcare Industry Telecommunications Industry
Contact us to explore career paths in your industry.

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