Lattice Launches Grow, Powering Meaningful Career Conversations for Employee Development

Lattice Grow enables companies to prioritize employee career development by creating transparent growth paths to offer visibility and guidance as employees build toward career goals

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Lattice, the leading people management platform for businesses with people-first cultures, today announced the launch of Grow, a new career development product within the Lattice platform. Grow provides transparency to employees’ career journeys by surfacing advancement paths and actionable development plans while providing managers with trackable data insights. The announcement was made at Resources for Humans Virtual, Lattice’s annual people strategy conference.

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Career planning that is only discussed during performance reviews is ineffective. Grow incorporates competency matrices and career tracks into the Lattice platform so any employee can quickly and easily navigate their career advancement roadmap. Through it’s integration with Lattice Performance — which includes 1:1s, feedback, and peer reviews — Grow offers

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How Do I Find a Meaningful Job From Home?

In nearly every career field, there are three types of networks professionals can create and use. Within these three networks, you’ll have different kinds of connections. Some people will be in multiple networks, but most will only be in one.

Operational Network

Your operational network consists of the people within your company with whom you’ve built relationships to help you accomplish your tasks. An example would be the marketing department coordinating messaging with the social media team to make sure everyone stays on brand.

Strategic Network

In some respects, this network of people is similar to an operational network in that it consists of people who can help you get the job done. However, in your strategic network, you can include people outside of your control to help you accomplish your tasks. For example, if you work for a nonprofit and you’re throwing a fundraiser, your strategic network might include

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