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Reggie Atere
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Content Developer, Social Media Manager, Travel Enthusiast, and Music Supervision Enthusiast.
Content Developer, Social Media Manager, Travel Enthusiast, and Music Supervision Enthusiast.

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New things are happening in marketing. Take a page from Unilever CMO Keith Weed's Advertising Week recap and focus on diversity, video, and measurement. https://goo.gl/67jB2A
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Career Advice from Aiki

Employees generally want to be good at their job and the vast majority, some 76% according to statistics, are looking for some kind of career growth and development.
This could include access to training, being given the opportunity to gain experience in particular fields and having the prospect of advancing in their career through promotion.

What if an employee wants development but is not highly motivated or the business doesn’t have the right opportunities currently to promote them?

Understanding what makes up each team member’s individual career development expectations is essential to identify those who truly want advancement and a desire for self improvement. Some team members may be very enthusiastic for development, buy may not want the challenges that come with it.

For managers to develop their teams they need to know how expectations are made up so they can engage in meaningful conversations to identify a clear and achievable pathway for career development within the organisation.  For organisations they need to demonstrate development and staff mobility options if they are to retain their best people.
What do you think? #AikiCareerAdvice
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Smartphones play a key role in digital and in-store shopping. How to identify and win key shopping micro-moments. https://goo.gl/zNpVR2
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