Behaviour is a Canadian company with an entrepreneurial culture that promotes opportunities of all kinds and gives everyone the feeling of making a difference. It is also an exceptional team, which despite its size (close to 300 employees), remains on a personal level.
We strongly believe in the development of individuals and the structure of our company allows several options for those who wish to grow. It is for them that we have designed the talent management program at Behaviour.
Our structure has been designed to allow three different paths:
This path is for employees who wish to grow within their respective fields, without taking on a management or a technical leadership role. As the employee moves up the individual path, he/she gains knowledge and expertise within his/her field of work, but is not required to manage employees or provide technical leadership.
Programmers, Artists, Animators, Game/Level Designers and Production Managers are examples of roles that would fall under the individual path.
This path is for employees who wish to take on a leadership role with managerial responsibilities.
A Manager is responsible for planning and directing the work of a group of individuals, monitoring their work, and taking corrective action when necessary.
Team Leads, Directors, and Producers are examples of roles that would fall under the management path.
This path is for employees who wish to take on a leadership role through his/her technical expertise.
A Subject Matter Expert is an individual who understands a business process or area well enough to answer questions from people in other groups who are trying to help. SMEs may review, improve, and approve technical work; guide others; and mentor/teach.
Technical Leads, Technical Directors and Creative Directors are examples of roles that would fall under the SME path.