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You are running out of time!. Life is short. Very short. Welcome to: Your First Personal Development Planning (PDP) Process. Unless you are willing to leave your life and your ambitions in the hands of others, you should make a plan that will take you where you want to go.

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You are running out of time

You are running out of time!

Life is short. Very short.


Welcome to your first personal development planning pdp process

Welcome to:Your First Personal Development Planning (PDP) Process

Unless you are willing to leave your life and your ambitions in the hands of others, you should make a plan that will take you where you want to go.


What is personal development planning pdp

What is Personal Development Planning (PDP) ?

PDP is a process which aims to improve your ability to understand what and how you are learning and will help you to get the most out of your student experience by helping you to take responsibility for your own learning and raising your awareness of the variety of opportunities for development.


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What is Personal Development Planning (PDP) ?

A structured and supported process undertaken by an individual to reflect upon their own learning, performance and / or achievement and to plan for their personal, educational and career development.


Why participate in personal development planning pdp

Why Participate in Personal Development Planning (PDP) ?

There is mounting evidence that in the changing workplace (and higher education system), students need to develop a wide range of transferable skills, together with a personal development plan to augment their subject based degree.


Goals of a pdp

Goals of a PDP:

  • Become more effective, independent and confident self-directed learners

  • Understand how you are learning and relate your learning to a wider context

  • Improve your general skills for study and career management

  • Articulate you personal goals and evaluate progress towards their achievement

  • Develop a positive attitude to learning throughout life.


Four potential career paths

Four Potential Career Paths:

  • Burn Out

    • Motivation, but insufficient skills or self maintenance (taking care of self, family, and relationships)

  • Rust Out

    • No skills or motivation

  • Hide Out

    • Got the skills, but not the motivation

  • Work Out!


Mentorship

Mentorship

  • Formal mentorship programs are over-rated

  • Find your own mentor(s)

  • Who are the people in your workplace who are successful and whom you admire?

  • What are the traits/characteristics of those people

  • Success is not an accident


Make a career development plan

Make:A Career Development Plan

Not an Answer, but a Planning Method

A living document subject to change


Value of career planning

Value of Career Planning

In life, it will serve you well to always have your own development plan as a personal compass directing you where you want to go and how to get there.


Three distinct steps to make a plan

Three Distinct Steps to Make a Plan

  • Identify your goal.

  • Establish Criteria.

  • Define Actions and timetable.


Identify your goal the vision

Identify Your GoalThe Vision

  • Begin to think about who you are and where you are going.

  • Identify your career goals.

    • What are my skills?

    • What are my goals to get me where I want to go?

  • Want do you want in life and work?Long-term and short-term.Begin with the end in mind.


Five characteristics of a millionaire

Five Characteristics of a Millionaire

  • From the book “The Millionaire Mind”

    • Honesty

    • A Supportive Spouse

    • Self Control

    • Hard Work

    • Get Along with People


Keys to success

Keys to Success

  • Be person-centered

    • What do people need?

    • Are you a continuous taker?

  • Be principle governed

    • Success is the ability to continuously make wise daily decisions

  • Be purpose motivated

    • What are your signature strengths?


Criteria my career profile

Criteria: My Career Profile

  • What activity do I do that involves timeless passion?

  • Where are my natural strengths?

  • What is my interpersonal style?

  • What are my primary interests?

  • How do I want to work?

    • In a team

    • Independently

    • As a partner


Career planning

Career Planning:

  • Where do you want work?

  • What are my goals to get me where I want to go?

  • How do I accomplish these goals?

  • What are the obstacles?


Personal development plan

Personal Development Plan:

  • Make a list of:

    • Your Interests (Passions)

    • What you want to accomplish in your career?

    • What you want to accomplish in your life?

    • What do you want from life? Why?

    • Your values?

    • Who you admire?


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Personal Development Plan:

  • Describe yourself (in writing)

    • Your Character

    • Your Personality Traits

    • Your Strengths

    • Opportunities for Improvement

  • Describe your “Hero” (in writing)

    • Why did you make this choice?

    • What do you admire in this person?


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Personal Development Plan:

  • Write a Vision Statement

  • Compose a document that:

    • Describes you today

    • Describes you at the end of your career

    • Describe a plan that will take you from today to the end of your career

    • Describe the legacy that you will leave.

  • Write a Eulogy for yourself.

    • If someone were writing a Eulogy for you what would you like them to say about you?


Develop your personal development plan

Develop yourPersonal Development Plan


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