A strategy for career success

With 2017 in full swing, many will already be thinking about career moves

5th February, 2017
Sally Stone, training and development specialist, PFH Technology Group and Catherine O’Keeffe, training manager, PFH Technology Group Picture: John Sheehan Photography

One important question is: who is responsible for training? The individual, or his or her employer? Michael McGrath, professional services manager at Dell EMC, said both bear some responsibility — but that they may have different agendas.

“I would say both,” he said. “It has to be owned by the individual as your organisation may have a mindset where they want to bring you down one path, but you may be interested in progressing in...

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