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Copy of Individual Development Plan (IDP)
Transcript of Copy of Individual Development Plan (IDP)
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First Job Exercise
Breakout to Workshops
Advisor for Analytical Learners
Advisor for Visual Learners
Think back to your very first job...take a minute and come up with three of the most valuable skills you learned and jot them down.
Strategic Partners: Auditorium
Advisor Analytical Learners: Medium Training Room
Advisor Visual Learners: Small Training Room
First Job Exercise
Know what an IDP is and isn't
Understand your role and the role of your supervisor
Know where to go for information and resources
Set short and long term professional goals
Assess strengths/weaknesses (SWOT)
Decide what knowledge you need to move forward
Use the workshop to generate ideas
Complete a DS-1922 IDP Form
Meet with Training Team or CDRC (if needed)
Set appointment to discuss with your supervisor
Submit agreed upon IDP to the Training Team
An IDP is...
A tool to manage your professional development
A way to leverage your strengths/talents and overcome barriers/weaknesses
An opportunity to discuss short and long term professional goals and structure a plan to meet them
A performance appraisal
A binding contract
A simple list of formal training
Set in stone
An IDP is NOT...
Help you understand your workgroup's mission and how it fits into the larger organization's mission.
Communicate how you can contribute to the office while developing your competencies.
Share their knowledge and experiences (act as a mentor)
Make sure that the workload is balanced.
Keep the conversation going.
Leadership Competency Development Model
Learning from Experts
Where to go for more...
FSI: Training Toolkit for All Civil Service Employees
Career Development Resource Center (CDRC)
Our Learning & Development Website
Think Bigger: Ted Talks, Coursera, Distance Learning, etc.