Developing your career
Maintaining and developing our competitive edge means constantly supporting, coaching, and developing our people. We’ve invested heavily in our dedicated Learning and Development team to do exactly this.
We create a culture of learning, action, innovation and autonomy through a diverse range of learning opportunities and performance management. Regular performance development reviews combined with ongoing training and a commitment to promoting internally, deliver the right career solutions to our ambitious people.
- Elsevier hires talented people - we tap into the talent that you bring with you to our business. We help you unleash your potential by providing opportunities to hone skills learnt through previous experiences, along with developing new knowledge and skills for your career.
- Coaching - by peers, managers and external coaches. This assists you in discovering what more you can do and achieve.
- Informal mentoring - from managers in other parts of the global business. We provide you with information and advice on a particular project or objective you are working towards.
- Workplace training - knowledge and skills that you develop while doing your job. This is very valuable, whether it be through the team, wider networks, or self-learning.
- Through formal training - whether centrally driven, bespoke Elsevier courses, management programs or external classes. We find the development intervention that best matches the individual’s requirement.
Dedicated Learning & Development individuals within the business act as a resource for all employees to advise and support on specific needs. The global Talent Management team works with the business and Human Resources to identify key enterprise talent that will keep the business successful, developing and managing both roles and people.
We appreciate that the skills, knowledge and attitudes that you learn during your career at Elsevier are transferable into future jobs and other parts of your life. We help you continually develop, no matter what role you are in, or how long you maintain your career with Elsevier.