Are you a leader or line manager working in health and care in Cumbria? Do you have staff with underutilised skills and experience, who would benefit from being re-energised in their own development? Perhaps they’ve reached the mid-point in their career, and aren’t sure what’s next? 

We’ve got a fantastic new offer to support you in having Person-Centred Career Conversations


According to Manpower Group, the impact of having a career conversation with an individual can be huge:

76% say they feel more engaged in their work │ 75% say they are happier in the work they do │ 73% say they are more likely to stay with their employer


So what is a ‘career conversation’?

A career conversation is not a performance review or appraisal – it’s an honest, open discussion between employee and manager which supports the employee in developing their goals and plans.

Here in Cumbria we have made a commitment to growing talent, developing people at all levels within organisations and providing support for their career progression – we want everyone to feel supported and valued.

In having career conversations with staff, leaders and line managers can begin to understand the work and life challenges individuals face, support their overall wellbeing, and can help to give individuals new purpose and feel a stronger sense of belonging. Staff can feel re-energised and re-engaged, ultimately improving patient/service user care.


So make the most of this opportunity, and join us on one of our upcoming virtual sessions delivered in collaboration with the award-winning andpartnership:


If you have any questions about Person-Centred Career Conversations, please get in touch with us via info@theclic.org.uk