“Career progression doesn’t just happen, it is developed over time and experiences.”
The baby boomer generation grew up with the image of the “Ladder to Success” to symbolize professional progression. In Dr. Gustavo’s “Lattice of Success” analogy, the modern employee can move side to side while remaining in their current job role. This allows the employee to gain exposure to other roles and responsibilities, and enables their managers/leaders to see where skillsets are developing and move them into better roles.
At Shea CCS we use “Gameification” techniques to help organization move their next generation workers thru the “lattice” with proven competency assessments. This allows progression based on meeting approved standards and not personal opinions. Let us tell you more about how we can help your next generation progress their careers within your organization.
“I would like to take a moment to thank you and the Shea Capability & Compliance Solutions team for your partnership over the past three years. This partnership has been instrumental on our journey to becoming a High Reliability Organization (HRO). ”
“It was an absolute pleasure working alongside Daryl Brister and Shea CCS. With their years of experience designing and developing competency systems and competence standards, they were able to provide not only tremendous professional guidance on our budding competence assurance process but also allowed for a remarkable amount of work to be completed in a very limited amount of time. They brought expertise, focus, and enthusiasm to the project, which ultimately led to significant added value for our organization. ”
“I have had the pleasure to work with Shea Capability and Compliance Solutions in developing and implementing our qualified assessor training course. Mr. Brister and his team are truly the best at what they do. Their knowledge, professionalism, and attention to detail are exactly what we needed and what we will need in the future. ”
“Daryl expertly led a team that created the definitive leadership competency assessment tool and supporting documents in a large oil and gas company. The tool and documents were the best I had seen in that company and represented best-in-class thinking and practices regarding leadership in hazardous occupations. ”