myCareer Process
Individuals

The myCareer Process - Individuals

The myCareer conversation is a four part process which takes place over a calender year. Each year you will begin a new myCareer process and a series of conversations and therefore a new template.
 
Please see below for a detailed process on how to get started with myCareer.

Year Ahead - Employee Guide

The guides below outline what you need to know as an Employee. The role of the Conversation Leader is also covered in the guides so you know what to expect and what information has been provided.

Year Ahead - Employee Guide

The guides below outline what you need to know as an Employee. The role of the Conversation Leader is also covered in the guides so you know what to expect and what information has been provided.

Interested in how to prepare for the Year Ahead conversation? Key areas to cover? Expected duration? Follow up? Then this one page process guide is for you.

Planning for my Year Ahead Conversation Guide

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Interested in how to prepare for the Year Ahead conversation? Key areas to cover? Expected duration? Follow up? Then this one page process guide is for you.

Planning for my Year Ahead Conversation Guide

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Interested in how to prepare for the Year Ahead conversation? Key areas to cover? Expected duration? Follow up? Then this one page process guide is for you.

Planning for my Year Ahead Conversation Guide

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Employee Toolkit

If you would like to view the entire toolkit, please view and download here

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Year ahead

By End of Apr

What do I need to know for my ‘Year Ahead’ conversation? How can I make it a success? What preparation do I need to do? What are the key areas I can expect to be discussed?

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Mid-year

Jan - Dec

What do I need to know for my ‘Mid-year’ conversation? How can I gain the most value from it? What preparation do I need to do? What are the types of feedback can I expect to be discussed?

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Self assessment

Nov - Jan

What do I need to know about the self-assessment phase? Where do I get information from about my performance? What are the key areas I should cover? How can I prepare for the ‘End of Year’ conversation?

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End of year

By End of Apr

What do I need to know about the ‘End of Year’ phase? How can I prepare for the End of Year conversation? What can I expect from my conversation leader?

Year ahead

Great performance starts with employees having a clear understanding of goals
and expectations. The 'Year Ahead' conversation involves Conversation Leaders and Individuals meeting face to face to set expectations and finalise the myCareer plan.

Step 1.

Step 2.

Step 4.

Have "Year ahead" conversation

Meet face to face with your conversation leader to set expectations and goals

Mid-year

Regular feedback conversations are the foundation for a great working relationship and drive strong performance. The Mid-Year touch point conversation is about providing a less formal opportunity to revisit progress against goals. It is also about showing acknowledgement and appreciation for work, and providing a check point for progress. The more you have these check-ins the better this process works, one check in during the year is the minimum.

Step 1.

Reflect on your myCareer plan

Think about what is going well? What you could do differently or might need help with? Feedback?

Step 2.

Have "Mid-year" conversation

Meet face to face with your Conversation Leader to discuss progress

Step 3.

Recalibrate goals if necessary

Update your myCareer plan with any changes from your conversation

Step 4.

Offer support to keep goals on track

Plan and develop strategies to keep your goals and timelines on track

Self Assessment

What do I need to know about the assessment phase? Where do I get information from about my
performance? What are the key areas I should cover? How can I prepare for the 'End of Year'

Step 1.

Reflect on your myCareer plan

What are you proud of? Where might you need help? To improve?

Step 2.

Document your achievements

In your myCareer plan document what has been achieved relative to opportunity

Step 3.

Gather input from others

It can be valuable to ask others for input on your strengths and areas for development (this is your choice)

Step 4.

Submit your myCareer plan

Email your myCareer plan to your Conversation Leader

End of year

Reflecting on efforts and achievements is integral for performance and future development because receiving constructive feedback enables insight into our own strengths and growth areas. The 'End of Year' conversation is a positive reflection on the past year, and looks ahead to set goals for the coming year.

Step 1.

Review your self assessment

What are you proud of? Where might you need help? Or to improve?

Step 2.

Be open to the conversation

Be willing to listen and receive feedback. Keep an open mind to oppourtunities for growth.
Read more about receiving feedback

Step 3.

Meet with your Conversation Leader

Meet face to face to reflect on the past year

Step 4.

Finalise your myCareer plan

Finalise commentary in myCareer plan and sign off. Use insights from your finished plan for your next myCareer conversation the year ahead.