Career Framework provides information on the current career opportunities at McMaster and useful resources to help guide you in navigating your career journey. Feel free to use any of the resources available on this website to help you understand and decide on the right career for you.
This online career planning resource will help you assess your current career situation, discover who you are, decide what you want, and map out the best path for your future. This resource is available to all employees of the University.
Individual career coaching is available to employees (and their dependents) who are eligible for McMaster benefits through the terms and conditions of their appointment. Homewood Health, McMaster’s Employee Family Assistance Program (EFAP) will connect you to a career coaching professional.
If you need to check your eligibility please contact an HR Offices at https://hr.mcmaster.ca/about-us/our-people/.
Individual Coaching for Strategic Leaders (Administration and Academia)
Are you interested in developing and advancing your leadership capabilities? Leadership coaching focuses on individual objectives to help build a stronger leadership presence, strengthen your influence and coaching, help you navigate difficult conversations to name a few. For more information about leadership coaching contact Melanie Garaffa, Associate Director Talent, Equity and Development by calling ext. 28660 or emailing email@example.com.
A “coach approach” is an essential management skill that focuses on developing and optimizing employee abilities and talents to achieve their best. It may be used for individual employees as well as teams. The “coach approach” management style is curious, collaborative and supportive. Explore the various resources to help yourself develop a “coach approach” style.
Managers, supervisors, and expert leaders have access to a Homewood Health senior level clinician for immediate just-in-time consultation and coaching should a situation arise in the workplace that could benefit from professional input. This service is available to employees who are eligible for McMaster benefits through the terms and conditions of their appointment.
Career Development Sessions
Organizational development hosts a menu of career development sessions for employees to build skills and strategies in career planning, resume writing, preparing for job interviewing and more. For future offerings please check the events page on the HR website. https://hr.mcmaster.ca/news-events/upcoming_events/
For more information contact Melanie Garaffa, Associate Director Talent, Equity and Development at ext. 28660 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
At McMaster, we believe in the ongoing cultivation of human potential, leveraging the diverse talents of our employees, and recognizing that everyone is a leader in their own role. We encourage you to explore this webpage to review and engage in a variety of learning and development opportunities for leaders at all levels of the organization.
Active McMaster students, faculty and staff have free, unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning, a self-service training site with over 11,000 online video tutorials covering business, career, personal skill development, creative and technology topics. Courses are available 24/7.