Creating a Ppd Plan

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My Personal Development Plan Table of contents Introduction Areas that need development Your strengths Your action plan Key contacts Resources Related guidance on businesslink.gov.uk 2 2 5 7 8 9 10 Created by Business Link December 16, 2005 9:53 AM If you would like to come back and see how much you have improved, or update your current list of actions, please visit My Information at businesslink.gov.uk My Personal Development Plan | Created for Sample User on December 16, 2005 9:53 AM © Crown copyright 2005 Page 1 My Personal Development Plan To help ensure success for your business, a company owner needs to have a broad range of skills relating to management and leadership. Based on your current role and…show more content…
Lead change Excellent performance in this area results in being able to: • communicate your vision of the future, the reasons for the change and the benefits to everyone involved • make sure the people responsible for planning and implementing change understand their responsibilities • set and prioritise objectives for the change • identify strategies for achieving the vision and communicate them clearly to everyone involved • communicate progress to everyone involved and celebrate achievement • identify and deal with obstacles to change My Personal Development Plan | Created for Sample User on December 16, 2005 9:53 AM © Crown copyright 2005 Download full details of the Encourage Innovation in your Business Unit from the MSC website (PDF) e Page 3 My Personal Development Plan In order to improve in this area, you may want to get some advice on: • the main models and methods for leading organisational change and their strengths and weaknesses • principles and application of risk assessment • how to use different leadership styles and behaviours for different circumstances • the political, bureaucratic and resource barriers to change, and the techniques for dealing with these • how to use different methods of communication in various circumstances •

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