Your personal development is central to your Employee Journey. We believe that as you grow, your personal and professional environment grows with you. That is why we encourage you from your start at Flux Partners to further discover your talents and to grow as an advisor and as a person. In line with our mission and vision, our Flux Academy facilitates this growth, so that you maintain control over your own development through Experiential learning, Social learning and Formal learning.
Experiential learning is about learning by doing. In our view, you grow fastest and most effectively if you consciously focus on your personal development. That is why we encourage you to continue working on your personal development and talent goals during your daily work. You set these goals in your Personal Development Plan at the end of your onboarding process and at the beginning of each year. In this plan you specify how you will work on this. You then evaluate and discuss the progress of your personal development and talent goals in your bimonthly Personal Development meetings with your manager.
Social learning is about learning from each other. At Flux Partners we stimulate social learning in various ways. This way, from the moment you start with us, you will have a mentor who will act as a sounding board and who will help you get started. We organize eight knowledge afternoons every year, in which the Purchasing, Tender Management, Project Management, Environmental Management and Sustainability departments share their knowledge. In addition, we organize eight intervision moments every year, where we help and inspire each other in small teams with professional challenges from practice.
Formal learning is about training and coaching. You get off to a flying start at Flux Partners with our Xcellence introductory program. In your first two weeks you will become acquainted with our organization, vision, goals and our departments. You will then progress to our training program with internally and externally organized training courses. As a starter, you will develop the most important basic skills as an advisor and increase your substantive professional knowledge. As an experienced advisor, you keep control of your development and tailor the content of the training program to your personal development path. Personal and professional leadership are a big part of this. With self-reflection and professional (team) coaching you gain insight into your behavior, team dynamics and your personal and professional talents, challenges and development opportunities.