Creating a Ppd Plan

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My Personal Development Plan

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Introduction Areas that need development Your strengths Your action plan Key contacts Resources Related guidance on businesslink.gov.uk

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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

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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 situation, this tool has prioritised the most important areas that you need to concentrate on and will point you in the right direction for further advice and training Don't forget that as long as you have saved your plan online, you can visit the Business Link site at any time, update your plan and see how much your skills have improved This tool has been based on the National Occupational Standards for Management and Leadership. View the full standards at http://www.management-standards.org.uk

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Areas that need development
Skills that need some development

• Communicating • Decision-making • Leadership

• Prioritising • Valuing and Supporting Others • Motivating

You have lower scores for the skills needed in each of the following areas. This doesn't mean that you cannot do these tasks or haven't done them well in the past. It simply means that in order to be truly successful in these areas, you may need to brush up on some skills and get some advice on how to go about the following actions. 1. Encourage innovation in my business

Excellent performance in this area results in being able to: • ensure that there is a well-communicated innovation strategy that fits with the overall vision of the business • motivate people across the business to identify ideas for new products or services • ensure that resources, particularly time, are made available for idea generation, development and testing of ideas • evaluate business cases and plans, approve those that appear viable and monitor their progress • ensure that the originators and developers of any ideas receive recognition for their achievement In order to improve in this area, you may want to get some advice on:

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Introduction

My Personal Development Plan
• how to develop a business strategy for innovation and communicate it across the business • methods for identifying and pursuing opportunities to work in partnership with external experts • how to recognise and manage risk and encourage others to take acceptable risks • how to provide constructive feedback on ideas to teams and individuals • how to evaluate business cases and development plans and approve those that appear viable • how to establish systems for measuring and reporting to relevant parties

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2. Plan change Excellent performance in this area results in being able to: • assess the gap between the current and required future state of procedures, systems, structures and roles • assess the risks and benefits associated with your strategies and plans and develop contingency arrangements • make sure your plans include short-term "wins" as well as longer-term deliverables • develop systems for monitoring and assessing progress • develop a communication strategy that allows people to give feedback • identify training and support needs and plan how to meet these In order to improve in this area, you may want to get some advice on: • the main models and methods for managing change effectively • effective planning techniques • theory and application of the change or performance curve • theory and...
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