Individual development plans allow us to assess what we’d like to achieve and improve. Here’s how to create an effective one.
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The start of a new year is always an exciting time. Many of us set aside time to reflect and assess our life journeys. We ask important questions such as, “Did I reach a personal financial goal over the last year?” or “Is where I am a reflection of where I want to be?” TheRead… Read more »
Advancing a career isn’t easy. There are many things to consider, and it’s easy to lose track of each of the steps that need to be taken to climb the ladder. An Individual Development Plan (IDP) can help.
Powering up your government career means knowing you own your career journey and taking charge of it. Using the 5Ps can help you get to where you want.
Tips to get started on the perfect IDP.
Ready to make the most out of your IDP? Check out these tips from our leadership experts.
This is a good opportunity to listen with a grain of salt and then make decisions based on your actual career goals, not the goals that someone has suggested you follow.
What grows in Your People Garden in 2015?
This past Thursday I participated in the GovLoop webinar about Individual Development Plans (IDPs). I work for a unit of local government that does not require IDPs or anything similar so I was not familiar with the concept but I am interested in career advancement and so I thought it worth the hour. Kathleen FloraRead… Read more »
If you’re working for the federal government, you’ve likely been asked at some point to create an Individual Development Plan (IDP) that outlines your short- and long-term career goals and how to reach them. Maybe you’re even working on one now. Instead of setting it aside, or writing out a few ideas without giving it tooRead… Read more »