A career is the sequence and variety of occupations which one undertakes throughout a lifetime. More broadly, career includes life roles, leisure activities, learning, and work. Career development is the process of managing life, learning, and work over the lifespan. Despite the major advancements women have made in becoming a signi cant part of the workforce, they are still facing important career development issues. Although many women achieve lower and middle management positions, they seem to hit the "glass ceiling" in many organizations and are denied the most senior levels of upper management. The reasons are multi-dimensional; some women lack the con dence to apply for senior positions; some lack the necessary education or training; and others nd themselves excluded from the top positions because of systemic gender bias that exists in some enterprises. It is important to develop the e ective and proper training at organizational and regional level to
pursue women’s career development.