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Personal Development Plan and Goal setting

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Sharon Low

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Personal Development Plans and Goal Setting
Level 3 - Lesson 3
Design Yourself - Personal Development

Will have established at least three goals
Will be able to explain the difference between a skill and a quality
Identified at least 3 skills for their own development
Produce a personal development plan

A Skill;
A skill is something that you learn to do over a period of time. During education or work you will learn new skills that you can use for different things. I.E. you will learn the skill of using a camera while studying a media

A Quality;
A quality is something that you would have been born with. It is something that will improve as you get older as it is a part of your personality. . I.E. the quality of caring or friendliness .

The Difference;
the differences between a skill and a quality are that one is learnt and one is what you are born with.
What is the difference between a skill and a quality
Lets see if you know?????

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Not every wish can be a goal. For instance, you may wish you could live and stay young forever, but since there's nothing you can do to make that happen, it could never be considered a goal.

In order for something to be a goal:

• It has to be important to you, personally.

• It has to be within your power to make it happen through your own actions.

• It has to be something you have a reasonable chance of achieving.

• It must be clearly defined and have a specific plan of action.

• Realize the benefits of setting goals and committing to them.

• Develop a willingness to risk failure in order to pursue higher goals.

Working towards Goals
Complete you Personal Skills Development Circle Plan

This will help develop Personal development plan

This can be in area of your life, personal, college or working.

•By the end of the lesson learners:

Personal Development Plan
Reviewing the tasks from work life balance session and this personal development goal setting session it is now time to complete your own Personal Development Plan

Using the template available or you can create your own.
Motivational Video - Will Smith on talent, skill, success
Goal Setting Padlet
Do a mind-map of the skills and qualities you think you need to be a good coach
• Be Positive
Patience and praise work a lot better than criticism and shouting.

• Variety is the key
Avoid games where kids have to sit out and don't make all your sessions competitive

• Teach skills and demonstrate
Demonstrating a skill works much better than talking about it. If you can't do it, find someone who can.

•Involve everybody
Always make sure there's enough equipment or kit for all. Create small groups of children rather than one big group.

• Communicate well
Actions speak louder than words. Body language is important. Smiles and positive gestures work wonders.

• Mind and body
A grasp of how the body responds to exercise and training and an ability to adopt safe practices and prevent injury are important.
So too is confidence building, goal setting, emotional control, concentration skills - coaches work on the mindset as well as the body.

• Sense and sensitivity
Some children take longer than others to learn so adopt your style accordingly.
To keep children motivated it helps to be consistent, set achievable goals and give frequent feedback.

• Take it from the top
Lead by example and gain trust and respect. Coaches of children are role models and this carries responsibility.
How you behave, dress and your attitude all set an example. If you adhere to consistent high standards this will rub off.

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