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Personal Professional Development

By | August 2011
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Executive Summary
Table of Contents
1.Introduction
2.Methodology-Gibbs Reflection Model
3.Reflection Experience
3.1Brathay Experiential Leadership & Team Development
3.2Presentation Skills
3.3
4.Conclusions
5.Recommendations
5.1SMART action plan
References
Appendices

Executive Summary
The following report is a personal and professional development plan that shows a self reflection of me using the various tool (Belbin team role analysis, Career survey guide, MBA skills audit etc) discussed in the PPD sessions in the class room. This also provides insights of various strengths and weakness I possess and the various things which I want to develop during the course of my MBA programme both in respect to my personal and professional development. It also gives out steps of how to achieve the same.

Introduction
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Brathay
Gibbs Reflection Model
The class of 2011 went to a trip to Brathay. The intent of the entire course was to develop a learning of working in teams and inculcate leadership roles and qualities. Because the core of the Nottingham University is in its various projects based on teamwork, the school puts lots of effort to build up team spirit of the class and develop leadership of each individual from the beginning. In that, one of the most distinguished programmes was a three days training in Brathay. The pre-MBA Brathay leadership and Team development course that ran for one week equipped me with some of the skills and techniques that i used throughout the MBA Programme, such as team working, consultancy, and presentation skills. The Brathay experience in the Lake District National Park laid the foundations for the Skills for Successful Management component of the MBA, developed our self-awareness, team-working and leadership skills that are fundamental to business success Selecting a right leader according to the characteristics of each task and cooperating with one another were more than essential for a good...
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