At 10Eighty we sincerely believe that everyone should have a job that they love, one they’re passionate about. Our life’s mission is to give clients a clearer view of their future career, talent is our passion and helping to plan viable and creative career paths is our mission.

Fuel50’s Career Pathing solution enables employees to navigate career progression opportunities within their organisation. It works by providing a more intuitive assessment of employees’ current skills and interests, providing talent-matched pathing as well as opportunities for career-growth experiences and job-openings in the organisation, assisting hiring managers with talent planning, and incorporating workforce planning intelligence for employees and managers.

Using Fuel50, employees are given the keys to productive career planning which allows them to map their personalised career path by connecting with mentors, coaches and colleagues. Fuel50 provides a software solution that helps employees to identify their dream job, and exactly what they need to do to get there. A career pathing solution that allows staff to navigate to and from any role within the company where they work.

Personalised plans

Coaches at 10Eighty encourage career planning because a lot of an employee’s sense of self has to do with what they will become, not just what they are now. Fuel50 puts a career engagement tool in the hands of employees and it is available on an ongoing basis. Crafting personalised career plans based on individual preferences ensures maximized performance and long-term goal alignment.

The implementation of high quality career conversations about broader career/life preferences, allows organisations to create unique employment proposals tailored to each individual’s needs. As a result, career/life conflict is minimized, which research shows as a leading cause of work related stress. Fuel50 promotes autonomy and authenticity — important precursors of motivation, well being and engagement.

The use of the software alongside meaningful career conversations will aid employees to develop decision-making skills, provoke reflection, generate alternative courses of action and evaluate outcome probabilities. Exactly what constitutes appropriate career development depends on the individual and preferred career path, as well as other individual factors, such as role stage and personal motivation to invest in career development. Motivation, job satisfaction and engagement increase naturally as a consequence.

All round benefits

The big benefit for employers is that open and transparent discussions around career ambitions mean that an employee is likely to experience a smooth transition into a new developmental opportunity within the organisation. Organisations can use career pathing techniques as a basis for role negotiation that maximize win for both parties.

If you would like to trial Fuel50 or require a tailored quote call us on 0207 947 4130 or email info@10Eighty.co.uk

Hannah Nash

Hannah is an account manager and career coach at 10Eighty. Hannah believes that everyone deserves career success and career happiness. This lends to her role as a career coach and mentor providing guidance to help individuals drive their career forward. Hannah has been working as an Account Manager for 10Eighty for the past five years developing HR solutions including career management and employee engagement. She works with our individual clients offering career coaching to help them develop their future career and ensure long term career success. Hannah started her career in coaching support within social services. She successfully placed less able and disadvantaged people into jobs. Hannah’s specialism encompasses career management, coaching, employee engagement, talent management and career transition. For the last 3 years Hannah has been working with organisations who partner with HR professionals to provide tailored services and promote employee engagement. Hannah is a also our specialist in Fuel50, an AI-driven career pathing platform.

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