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An integrated employee development solution that helps companies make expectations crystal clear, turn managers into career coaches, and give employees agency over their growth.
Your employees want to grow. Ensure they know how. With Competency Matrices, each employee will be clear on their role expectations and understand their path to career advancement.
Empower employees to drive their own career growth. Our easily implementable Growth Areas help employees achieve meaningful, continuous development from day one.
Empower employees to drive their own career growth. Our easy-to-launch Individual Development Plans help employees achieve meaningful, continuous development from day one.Learn more about IDPs
Ditch the spreadsheets. Career tracks and templates help you effortlessly manage role expectations as your company evolves.
Turn managers into career coaches, integrating career conversations into everyday work to guide company-wide growth.
“Even when I’ve worked in progressive organizations that value career development, we never had a tool that makes it easy to facilitate development plans in line with career tracks. Lattice Grow is the missing piece to holistic talent management.”
Make expectations crystal clear and illuminate career advancement opportunities to keep your employees engaged and committed.
Grow’s tools and templates transform managers into career coaches, ensuring growth never feels like an afterthought.
Make short-term and long-term development planning empowering for employees and easy for managers.
Our team members are talking about growth and development much more consistently with their managers and even in department meetings. It’s spread, and it's shifted our culture.”
We are all about ensuring that each employee is in the driver seat of their developmental journey, and Lattice Grow, in conjunction with the suite of tools in Lattice Performance, helps make that a reality.”