How can I own and steer my career and why should I? As a manager, how can I support my employees to do so?

Careers today are dynamic, unpredictable, and unique. Loyalty and job security can no longer be taken for granted and success is different for each individual.

It becomes increasingly important that individuals have a clear career vision, know what they want, and develop the necessary career management skills to get there. Next to this, line managers and organizations must help facilitate the empowerment of employees to take charge of their careers to sustain performance, health, and happiness.


  • The highly interactive Career Fit-Stop was developed with the University of Antwerp based on the latest science on contemporary careers.
  • It creates a burning platform to kickstart career ownership, mobility, and employability agendas within your organization.
  • It will wake up the employees who are on “autopilot” mode, and prompt them to take ownership and continuously develop themselves.


  • Based on the latest scientific reference frameworks around contemporary career models focusing on self-management and subjective career success
  • Including an evidence-based career attitude assessment developed by Talent LogiQs and the University of Antwerp. The highly visual report provides clear insights on what is enabling or limiting employees to further advance their careers and what they can do about it.
  • 12 to 20 participants
  • 2 formats: 3.5 hours face to face or 2 times 1.5 hours virtual with exercises in-between
  • 2 versions: for employees and Line Managers

Learning objectives

After the workshop participants:

  • Understand how the playing field, the career deal, has changed – and their own role in it
  • Understand why it is important to manage and control their own careers in today’s world
  • Start to discover what subjective career success means for them
  • Understand what career self-management actually means and how they can translate that into concrete behavior
  • Are aware of their own skills to effectively manage their careers, and know how to develop those skills
  • Have identified concrete action points for themselves and their own careers
  • Know how their organization supports them
  • Line Managers can use the career attitudes model to coach their employees in career conversations (Managers only)

Evgenia Taratynova | Participant Virtual Career FitStop

“That was one of the most engaging virtual courses I have ever took part in. I liked the content, the way it was organized, the questions and exercises we were offered. It included a lot of practical tips and recommendations which can be applied immediately. It certainly brings more clarity to the career development question. Very inspiring! »

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