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August 10, 2008: Coach's Corner--August 11, 2008
Three tips for creating a leadership development plan
Build your plan by clarifying your legacy, your strengths, and your intended actions. This blog post from Mike Pegg shows you how.

Creating a personal development plan
Follow this link for a template that helps you define both what you want to do and how you're going to accomplish it.

Writing a development plan
This approach, used by a public sector agency, includes an example to illustrate how to complete the template.

How to create a personal leadership development plan
This article advocates a values-based approach to moving from management to leadership.

Using individual development plans (IDPs) to leverage strengths
This approach recommends building on strengths to develop effective development plans, laying out an employee-driven (and supervisor-supported) process.

Creating personal development plans
As this post says, the best plans are created by the employee, not the manager. The approach suggested here starts with a long range goal, and works backward on steps to achieve that goal.

Creating a professional development plan
This approach is geared more to entrepreneurs and sole proprietors--people without the benefit of a large organization's development resources.




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