In the new post-covid era of work, the traditional script of joining a law practice or legal organization, working hard, and moving up the corporate ladder has been erased. As sectors move faster in the technological age, a lot of career development now stems from self-motivation.
“When it comes to career development or coming into an organization, hiring personnel or business leaders should lay out a clear career path and discuss the different ways employees can get there, not only at the beginning, but continuously throughout their time at the company,” reports Danielle Cannici, Principal Recruitment Consultant at Larson Maddox.
However, with the reliable old path gone, you may be faced with a manager who is not invested in the development of your career. If you feel unvalued and stuck in a role with no growth, there is a benefit in approaching your own development with your boss directly.
This resource is a guide on how to approach a boss who has displayed no interest in your career development for a talk on how to develop your skills and take your career to the next level.