Career Interview Guide EMPLOYEE COMPLETES SECTIONS 1 &2 FOR DISCUSSION WITH INTERWIEWER: 1. Career Background What is your career history: when did you start your career and what experiences have you had thus far? What is your formal education? What have been the main drivers for your career development to date? 2. Current Job Is there a logical progression from your current position to another position or level in the organization? If no, what skills have you developed that might be transferable to another position? Where are you on the learning curve for your current position? What kind of development can you still expect in your current role? What feedback did you receive from your last performance review? What were your identified key strengths and developmental areas? What are you doing to address the development needs? What do you like about your current job? What aspects of your current job would you hope to reduce or eliminate in your next job? INTERVIEWER MAKES NOTES IN SECTIONS 3 – 7 DURING INTERVIEW: 3. Career Interests Looking at the current organization, what are your short-term (within the next 12 – 24 months) career interests? Are there specific positions in our local operation that are of particular interest to you? Will they lead you to your ultimate goal? Do you know the essential qualifications required for the position? Do you or will you have those qualifications in an acceptable time period? Where would you like to be in your career in 3-5 years? Please tell me specifically what positions or projects in Lafarge could help you reach your goals, and in which areas would you need to improve to reach your goal? 4. Mobility Are you mobile? If yes, what locations would you consider? If no, is this situation temporary or permanent? If temporary, when will it change? Are you interested in an international assignment? Have you discussed this option with your family? 5. Languages Insert level of proficiency: (1= Basic knowledge 2= Average knowledge 3= Professional practice 4= Bilingual 5 = Native language) English French Spanish Other 6. Feasibility What is your ultimate career goal that drives your short-term and long-term career interests? Are there specific positions in the Lafarge world that are of particular interest to you? Do you know the essential qualifications required for the position? Do you or will you have those qualifications in an acceptable time period? 7. Development Action Plan What are the recommended updates to your performance objectives and Individual Development Plan (IDP)? What other specific follow-up will be done? Signatures Employee Interviewer Employee retains original to attach to next Performance Appraisal. Interviewer keeps a copy.
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