Academy of Strategic Management Journal (Print ISSN: 1544-1458; Online ISSN: 1939-6104)


Fast Track Programs and Its Impact on Employees Career Development in the Banking Sector: Evidence from Nigeria

Author(s): Boris A. Shvyrev, Lyubov L. Pokrovskaya, Oksana N. Ulanovskaya, Galina S. Armashova-Telnik, Olga L. Sokolova, Irina V. Vasenina, Baghdasaryan Marinka

Career creation is a process that determines an individual's job identification. It is an essential feature that continues over the lifespan of the employee, beginning from the understanding of the person's way of life. For, e.g., the start of this cycle is seen by a child who experiences different occupations of individuals, including physicians, carpenters, and firefighters. The time remains when people continue to explore their occupations and pick the work they are doing. Developing a profession at this stage does not end. If you have chosen a profession, you have to practice and train correctly, apply for a job to be hired to step into your jobs eventually. Most individuals prefer to shift their employers at least once or twice throughout their working lives. It is important to remember that, for most individuals, job growth takes place free from other people's involvement. There is also no apparent starting age. Some people can begin their career choices very early in life, while others do not address this problem until they find themselves in need of more capital. Although many workers go individually down this route, nearly all will reap huge benefits from the skilled advice of their career. Advice from a mentor or job coach or more classes in a school that encourages professional growth will benefit further. Such form of engagement will start early in primary school and will proceed until adulthood. Many people know that they seek practical guidance while confronting challenges or making choices regarding their jobs, e.g. whether they choose to get another position or whether they choose to adjust their professions.

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