Ayoa’s Career Path template allows you to map out the stages of your own career path, or a particular career path within your organization, so that you can manage expectations and create a plan for your career development.
For individuals looking to develop in their career, knowing what your next steps are and what skills, training and experience you need to get there are vital. Our Career Path template helps you to visualize your path so that you can put a plan in place and stay on track to achieving your professional goals.
For human resources teams, our Career Path template allows you to support employee development, manage expectations and ensure transparency when it comes to the opportunities available within your organization. By sharing relevant career paths with your employees, you’ll be able to keep them motivated, engaged and invested in their development at your company.
This template could be used by a human resources team to map out the various career paths within their organization, or by an individual looking to develop in their career.
To access the template, sign up to Ayoa. Once you've signed up, navigate to the homepage to create a new whiteboard, mind map or task board and choose this template from the library.
Choose the career you are going to be mapping out. On the first step, double-click on the title ‘Entry level:’ and enter the title for the entry level role for this career.
In the corresponding sticky notes, add relevant skills, training and experience required for this role:
Skills: What skills does someone in this role need to possess?
Training: What training courses are required for this role? Are any specific qualifications needed?
Experience: What experience should someone in this role have acquired? You may wish to include time periods within this section e.g. ‘12 months managing social media platforms’.
Continue this process for each step in the career path until you reach your desired position, or the highest position in your organization.
Use this information as a personal reference for your career development, or as a handout for the employees at your organization.
Human resources teams may wish to create a career path for each role within their organization. This could be offered to employees during onboarding or during career development sessions.