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At PwC, we're committed to helping people develop market-leading expertise that is relevant to their job, their clients and our PwC vision, values and strategy. This means that we develop not only your technical expertise, but also your commercial and interpersonal skills. We think that learning at PwC should be readily available in a diverse range of experiences - from formal classroom sessions, working on complex client projects, working in different teams or locations, working on different clients and industries, solving interesting business problems, and coaching conversations.

We’re proud to provide every person at PwC with a coach who works with you throughout the year to help accelerate your learning and on-the-job performance. For those of you who exceed expectations, you have the opportunity to further enhance your development. You can do this by participating in a variety of challenging and diverse experiences within the PNG and global firms to continue growing your learning potential.

How does PwC approach development?

Being in the driver's seat means that you have the ability to work closely with your coach to make your career goals a reality. You'll do this by having regular coaching conversations to set the wheels in motion and to keep track of your progress. Our development plans feed into our performance plans so that there's a guarantee you can achieve them.

Learning by doing

Sometimes, the largest learning is the one we do on the job. It’s doing something. We often forget about this type of learning because it isn’t in a classroom. More often than not, we just jump in and try something. Learning by doing is teamed with capturing feedback to check in on how you’re going. It’s a great way to learn and we encourage our people to recognise it as a formal part of their development.

Learning from others

This is important to us because we value coaching. Being able to coach and be coached is a huge part of our learning methodology at PwC. This means taking the time out to help develop one another and provide guidance, feedback and assistance where needed. We do this because we genuinely want all of our people to grow and develop. It means that we must all be open to feedback.

Formal approaches to learning

We often think that this is the most important because it happens in a classroom or officially online, but it’s only a small part. It can happen in a variety of ways through face-to-face, webinars, e-learning and much more.

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Human Capital Team

, PwC Papua New Guinea

Tel: +675 305 3100

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