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Report on

Career Development

Submitted To:
Mr. Dewan Neamul Karim
Assistant Professor and Course Teacher
Human Resource Management (207)

Submitted By:
Name
Nur-E-Ferdous
Mohsi Nihad Mosabbir Ornab
Rajesh Paul
Md. Shuaib Shahriar Rusho
Md. Kaiser Ahmed
Lamia Nuzhat Shashi
Md. Riaz Rahman

Student ID
590
613
617
620
625
1923
1929

Group 06
BBA Program, Batch-02

November 04,
2012

Department of Finance & Banking


Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Career Development

Letter of Transmittal
November 04, 2012
Mr. Dewan Neamul Karim
Assistant Professor and Course Teacher
Human Resource Management
Subject: Submission of a report on Career Development.
Dear Sir,
Here is our report on Career Development that you have assigned us to
submit as a partial requirement for the course Human Resource
Management. In writing this term paper we have gone through Internet,
journals and newspapers for the relevant information of the assigned topic.
Please contact with us for any further information at your convenient time.
Sincerely yours,

Name
Nur-E-Ferdous
Mohsi Nihad Mosabbir Ornab
Rajesh Paul
Md. Shuaib Shahriar Rusho
Md. Kaiser Ahmed
Lamia Nuzhat Shashi
Md. Riaz Rahman

Student ID
590
613
617
620
625
1923
1929

Table of contents
Chapter No

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7

Topic
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Origin of the report
1.2 Literature Review
1.3 Objectives of the Study
1.4 Methodology of the Study
1.5 Limitations
2.0 Definition of Career
2.1 Career development
2.2 Value for the Organization
2.3 Mentoring
2.4 Considerations for organizations
2.5 Career Development Process-A Simple Approach
2.5.1 Assess
2.5.2 Explore
2.5.3 Set goals
2.5.4 Act
3.0 Career Development Cycle
3.1 Description of Career Development Cycle
3.1.1 Experience
3.1.2 Reflection
3.1.3 Career Concept
3.1.4 Information Gathering
3.2 Traditional Career Stages
3.2.1 Exploration
3.2.1 Establishment
3.2.3 Mid-Career
3.2.4 Late career
4.0 Theories on Career Development
4.1 Hollands Theory
4.1.1 Six Holland Types
4.2 The Schein Anchors theory
4.3 Jung and the Myers-Briggs Typologies
5.0 Purpose of career development
6.0 Enhancing career
7.0 Conclusion

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Table of Figures
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Figure 2.0
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Figure 4.0
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Figure Topic
Career Development Process
Career Development Cycle
Traditional Career Stages
Holland Graph
Enhancing Career

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Abstract
This report aims to make a discussion about the basics of career
development from the perspective of Human Resource Management.
Career development cycle, the process and various stages of career
development are being discussed. It investigates how the development
policy is being implemented in order to make recommendations for
improving career resource development.
Career development is a self-initiated process with support and resources
provided by managers and the organization. It is an integral part of the
Performance Planning and Review (PPR) process. The PPR process provides
an opportunity for discussion and agreement on actions relating to
professional development opportunities and career planning for staffs. It is an
active process; we must be the driving force behind the process, gathering
information, setting goals, and making decisions. After all career
development is a process of self-assessment and reflection.
The Career Development Plan also helps employees set realistic expectations
of career growth by suggesting time frames for certain milestones to happen
(like promotions) and identifying areas that employees need to develop
before becoming eligible for their next career milestone. Career
Development Plans are just plans; they do not represent career commitments
to the employee nor the Manager or Supervisor.