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Learning and development

Your journey, your way

 

What would your career look like if you could truly carve your own path? Now imagine that the trail you blaze is lined with interactive tools, development programs and teammates supporting you along the way. At Thoughtworks, we balance autonomy with the strength of our cultivation culture. 

 

What does this mean for your career growth? It means you can follow your curiosity while leveraging the power of feedback, collaboration and knowledge sharing. There are no lone heroes here: together, we help each other do (and be) our best and that extends to how our employees grow. 

 

A multi-faceted learning experience

Learn through training

We offer both global and regional internal development programs in multiple areas including leadership, consulting and technical skills. We also offer over 10,000 self-paced educational courses, giving our people the flexibility to learn when it suits them.

 

Learn from others

We grow ourselves when we help others grow. This is the beauty of cultivation culture. In practice, this means mentoring, championing feedback among teams, proactively sharing knowledge with others and even making contributions to open source.

Learn by doing

Day-to-day challenges at work provide many organic opportunities for growth. Our people have the opportunity to work on targeted assignments that allow them to hone a new skill or stretch to achieve their career goals.

 

Meet the leaders who are driving change

Ruth Gorman, Global Head of Talent Development

Our cultivation culture encourages everyone to learn from each other, which in turn helps everyone grow. Ruth Gorman and her team ensure that Thoughtworkers are empowered to own their growth journeys while equipping them with the right programs and tools to assist along the way.

Yewande Ige, Global Capability Strategist

Just because you start your journey with a specific skill set doesn't mean you won't be able to grow in new directions over time. Yewe Ige talks about her work on the capability model: an evolutionary tool designed to provide transparency into the many career paths at Thoughtworks, the skills needed and how different roles support our business goals.

 

Lilian De Munno, Global Head of Talent Development

Our culture of knowledge sharing provides the right foundation for Lilian De Munno to build out the right mix of autonomous learning and supportive programs and tools for everyone to develop themselves in their own way. The result? An organization where employees feel empowered to own their growth journey.

Learning and development

Together we make extraordinary impact

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