The Problematic :
Everything moves at a quick speed in a company nowadays and for people in their professional and personal life. But the employees and the company do not work go at the same pace : the needs of a company often tend to be urgent.
These repeated and quick changes of management structures and the outsourcings lead to a loss of marks for the employees and the needs of the companies being urgent, anticipating the company’s needs is not an easy task.
The enterprises’s territory grows with internationalisation and relocations : the companies always takes care of the short term and the immediate profitability.Taking care about the long term which is ( 3 years) doesen’t take place anymore as no one knows where they will be. The companies train according to their immediate needs and look for specialists contrary to the universal culture offered to us by our educational system. This loss of general knowledge makes the employees lose their « employability » and their capacity to bounce off.
The employees can be placed in positions with the required preparations, without the knowledge of the « client », of the area, the people and without ensuring that they have understood the stakes in their new office function. These situations, not only bring out useless stress, but also are a source of a loss of value for the employee and the company.
Group’3C’s response :
Group’3C, overtaking the classic « career appraisal» which is too static, has put in place a career assessment in order to on one hand allow an executive or a director to conduct a real professional thought process concerning his motivations, his know-how, and on the other hand, build a project by taking this thought process into account which is turned towards the future.
In 20 years of practice, Group’3c has helped a number of executives to resposition themselves :
- Most of them have gone through their career in an enterprise, their career assessment lets them rediscover their potentials which have been ignored or unexploited up till now.
- For the others, the solution has been found outside of the enterprise as the senior executive’s project didn’t seem to fit in with his problematic.