Career Development

Kaye, Beverly
January 2010
Leadership Excellence;Jan2010, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p4
The article describes the consequence when several things are done right in one's profession. Engagement involves liking what one does and then learning, growing, achieving and feeling valued, appreciated, recognized and rewarded. Engagement is based on the platform of career development plans that can create staffing strategies, decrease turnover, and increase satisfaction.


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