Personal Development Plan

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Personal Development Plan Process Chart

Exploring Youself

Explore Your Dreams

Make the right choices

Create Powerful Goals

Organize for Success

Personal Development Plan/ IRS/ BA (H) Marketing

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SECTI N I: Explo in

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What makes you HAPPY? Happiness Situation 1:

Factors Contributing:

a. b. c. d. e. Happiness Situation 2:

Factors Contributing: a. b. c. d. e. Happiness Situation 3:

Factors Contributing: a. b. c. d. e. Happiness Situation 4:
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e. b. d. Pride Situation 2: P rs tP / IR / r ti P 3 . c. c. e.Factors Contributing: a. e. What makes you PROUD? Pride Situation 1: Factors Contributing: a. c. b. Happiness Situation 5: Factors Contributing: a. 2. b. d. d.

c. b. b. d. c. e. b. c. d. Pride Situation 5: Factors Contributing: a. d. c. b. e. Pride Situation 3: Factors Contributing: a. d. P rs tP / IR / r ti P 4 . e.Factors Contributing: b. Pride Situation 4: Factors Contributing: a.

c.e. d. e. c. What gives you a sense of FULFILMENT? Fulfilment Situation 1: Factors Contributing: a. c. Fulfilment Situation 4: P rs tP / IR / r ti P 5 . 3. e. e. Fulfilment Situation 3: Factors Contributing: a. b. b. d. d. Fulfilment Situation 2: Factors Contributing: c. b.

b.Factors Contributing: a. e. What situations you could have HANDLED BETTER or you REGRET? Scope for improvement Situation 1: Factors Contributing: a. d. c. e. b. e. Scope for improvement Situation 2: P rs tP / IR / r ti P 6 . b. c. d. 4. c. Fulfilment Situation 5: Factors Contributing: a. d.

Scope for Improvement Situation 3: Factors Contributing: a. e. d. e. b. d. c. c. b. c. e. c. Scope for Improvement Situation 5: Factors Contributing: a. d. b. b. Scope for Improvement Situation 4: Factors Contributing: a.Factors Contributing: d. d. e. P rs tP / IR / r ti P 7 .

c. Things that make me HAPPY (Mention top 5 Contributing Factors) a. g. d. f. b. e. b. f. e. e. c. 2. d. d. Things that make me PROUD (Mention top 5 Contributing Factors) a. Su y of Section I Explo in 1. 6. c. g. What VALUES are dear to you? Please refer to List of Values at the End of Exploring Yourself Section a.5. c. What are my NEEDS? Please refer to List of Needs at the End of Exploring Yourself Section a. P rs tP / IR / § ©¨ § §¦ ¥ ¥ ou self r ti P 8 . e. b. b. d.

d. b.3. 6. c. My Most Important NEEDS a. b. b. c. b. d. e. e. d. 5. 4. P rs tP / IR / r ti P 9 . Things i could have HANDLED BETTER (Mention top 5 Contributing Factors a. Things that make me feel FULFILLED (Mention top 5 Contributing Factors) a. e. d. My Most Important VALUES a. e. c. c.

List of V lues Accountability Accuracy Achievement Adventurousness Altruism Ambition Assertiveness Balance Being the best Belonging Boldness Calmness Carefulness Challenge Cheerfulness Clear-mindedness Commitment Community Compassion Competitiveness Consistency Contentment Continuous Improvement Contribution Control Cooperation Correctness Courtesy Creativity Curiosity Decisiveness Democratic Dependability Determination Devoutness Diligence Discipline Discretion Diversity Dynamism Economy Effectiveness Efficiency Elegance Empathy Enjoyment Enthusiasm Equality Excellence Excitement Expertise Exploration Expressiveness Fairness Faith Family-oriented Fidelity Fitness Fluency Focus Freedom Fun Generosity Goodness Grace Growth Happiness Hard Work Health Helping Society Holiness Honesty Honor Humility Independence Ingenuity Inner Harmony Inquisitiveness Insightfulness Intelligence Intellectual Status Intuition Irreverence Joy Justice Leadership Legacy Love Loyalty Making a difference Mastery Merit Obedience Openness Order Originality Patriotism Perfection Persistence Philanthropy Piety Positivity Practicality Preparedness Professionalism Prudence Quality-oriented Reliability Resourcefulness Restraint Results-oriented Rigor Security Self-actualization Self-control Selflessness Self-reliance Sensitivity Serenity Service Shrewdness Simplicity Soundness Speed Spontaneity Stability Strategic Strength Structure Success Support Teamwork Temperance Thankfulness Thoroughness Thoughtfulness Timeliness Tolerance Traditionalism Trustworthiness Truth-seeking Understanding Uniqueness Unity Usefulness Vision Vitality P rs  tP / IR / r ti P 0 .

List of Needs Accomplishment Acceptance Adventure Authority Balance Belonging Clarity Competence Connection Control Discipline Duty Fairness Freedom Friends Fun Honesty Humor Influence Justice Knowledge Love Mastery Morality Opportunity Order Peace Participation Pleasure Power Quiet Recognition Respect Responsibility Safety Security Self-Esteem Service Significance Spirituality Trust Variety SECTI N II: Explo e You Dreams P rs tP / IR /    r ti P .

Make a List of your top 100 dreams. Please use the List of Categories at the end of this section to categorize your dreams My Top 100 Dreams 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 P rs tP / IR / r ti P 2 .

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 P rs tP / IR / r ti P 3 .

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places you want to go. or your relationship with a supreme being or beings. and of living a happy. Career: Dreams of how you want your career and working life to develop. Health and Fitness: Dreams of physical or athletic achievement. Education and Self-Development: Dreams about acquiring knowledge. Finances: Dreams of acquiring wealth. Relationships: Dreams of a happy family. secure and enjoyable life in retirement. Spirituality: Dreams of how you want to develop your mind or soul. and of good health.List of categories you can mention your dreams under Artistic Pursuits: Dreams about your creativity. of enjoying special experiences during your working life. Possessions: Things that you d like to own and enjoy. and how you d like to grow in the future. P rs tP / IR / r ti P 6 . Passionate Pursuits: Things that would be fun and enjoyable to do. qualifications. for its own sake. perhaps things you want to enjoy. and of being a great parent to happy children. or for fame or reward. and expertise. Public Service: Dreams of things you d like to do to make the world a better place for other people. or interesting experiences.

SECTI N III: Make the right choices Select top 2 or 3 dreams from each of these Life Areas: 1. 2. Career Dreams: a. 5. b. c. c. P rs tP / IR / r ti P 7  . c. Education Dreams: a. Self-development Dreams: a. Artistic pursuits Dreams: a. 4. b. b. c. b. 3. b. Relationships Dreams: a.

Health and fitness Dreams: a. c. P rs tP / IR / r ti P 8 . c. Public service Dreams: a. 6. Passionate pursuits Dreams: a. c. 10. 7. 9. b. c. b. b.c. 8. b. c. Possessions Dreams: a. Finances Dreams: a. b.

f. e. d. b. c. Divide the dreams in these 11 life areas into: A List Dreams a.11. c. d. g. e. Spirituality Dreams: a. h. b. C List Dreams a. i. f. j. c. b. P rs tP / IR / r ti P 9 . g.

6. l. 3. o. 7. 10. 8. P rs tP / IR / r ti P 20 . m. j.h. 9. 5. k. My top 10 dreams : It is important to ensure that these dreams are not skewed towards one or two life areas. 2. i. Try and make a balanced list of top 10 dreams 1. n. 4.

Have milestone goals for each goal. While there are plenty of variants.SECTI N IV: Create Powerful Goals Please plan a goal for each dream. You should have a first step milestone goal for each dream. Do this exercise for top 6 dreams SMART G ALS A useful way of making goals more powerful is to use the SMART mnemonic. SMART usually stands for: S ± Specific M ± Measurable A ± Attainable R ± Relevant T ± Time-bound Dream 1 Goal y y y y y y y Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal First Step Goal P rs   tP / IR / r ti P 2 .

Dream 2 Goal y y y y y y y Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal First Step Goal Dream 3 Goal y y y y y y y Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal First Step Goal P rs tP / IR / r ti P 22 .

Dream 4 Goal y y y y y y y Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal First Step Goal Dream 5 Goal y y y y y y y Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal First Step Goal P rs tP / IR / r ti P 23 .

Dream 6 Goal y y y y y y y Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal Milestone goal First Step Goal P rs tP / IR / r ti P 24 .

This position might look like head of stores for a small region with Profit and Loss responsibilities Milestone Goal: To be at a middle management level by 2019. This might look like a Head of a store at a smaller location or a zonal head (sales) kind of a role. A Vice President/ General Manager kind of a role where i will be responsible for P&L for a country Milestone Goal: To be a senior middle level manager by 2021. Entry in a Junior Management Role Milestone Goal: To get a placement on Day 1 on the campus with a package not less than INR 800000 (2015) Milestone Goal: To be the topper of my MBA college (2015) Milestone Goal: To do my internship training with one of the top 5 companies in retail industry with an intention of getti ng a Pre Placement offer 2014) Milestone Goal: To do my MBA from a premier B School with specialization in Marketing (2013-2015 batch) First Step Goal: To pass my graduation with at least 70% marks by 2013 P rs tP / IR / r ti P 25 .Example for your reference: Dream: I want to be very successful in my career Goal: I want to be Worldwide CEO of a multinational in Retail Sector by 20 35 Milestone Goal: To be a direct reportee of the Chairman and Managing Director by 2032 Milestone Goal: To become a part of worldwide executive leadership team by 2030 after heading P&L s for at least 2 regions like Europe/ APAC etc. Milestone Goal: To move up to Executive Leadership level by 2026 with P&L responsibilities for more than one country. Milestone Goal: Ensure movement from an individual contributor to a team contributor in first two years of my work career that is by 2017. This role would look like Regional Head India and Middle East Milestone Goal: Be at a senior management role by 2023 with P&L responsibilities.

You are expected to do this only for the first step goals for your top 6 -10 goals Dream 1 First Step Goal: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Dream 2 First Step Goal: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: P rs tP  / IR / r ti P 26 . SMART stands for: S ± Schedule Time M ± Make Time A ± Allow Time R ± Ration Time T ± Take Time This section is all about getting organized and breaking Mil estone goals/ First Step goals into action items.SECTION V: Organi e for SUCCESS SMART TIME MANAGEMENT A useful way of making Time Management more effective is to use the SMART mnemonic.

Dream 3 First Step Goal: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Dream 4 First Step Goal: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Dream 5 First Step Goal: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: P rs tP / IR / r ti P 27 .

Dream 6 First Step Goal: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Action Item: Example for your Reference: Dream: I want to be very successful in my career Goal: I want to be Worldwide CEO of a multinational in Retail Sector by 2035 First Step Goal: To pass my graduation with at least 70% marks by 2013 Action Item: To ensure 100% attendance Action Item: To ensure more than 70% marks in every assessment Action Item: To regularly interact with faculty and understand their perspective of good work Action Item: To request faculties to show samples of work those have got more than 70% marks Action Item: To regularly motivate group members in group assignments and ensure that group performance stays above the mark that i have set for myself Action Item: To be a whistle blower whenever somebody in a group assignment tries to be a free rider Action Item: Ensure two hours of study t ime at home everyday P rs tP / IR / r ti P 28 .

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