UNIT 41: PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT            MGT8033 Leading organizational change Assignment 3 Case study 2

Personal and Professional Development T/601/0943

LO1 Understand how selfmanaged learning can enhance lifelong development

Understand how self-managed learning can enhance lifelong development Self-managed learning: self-initiation of learning processes; clear goal setting eg aims and requirements, personal orientation achievement goals, dates for achievement, self-reflection Learning styles: personal preferences; activist; pragmatist; theorist; reflector eg reflexive modernisation theory; Kolb’s learning cycle Approaches: learning through research; learning from others eg mentoring/coaching, seminars, conferences, secondments, interviews, use of the internet, social networks, use of bulletin boards, newsgroups Effective learning: skills of personal assessment; planning, organisation and evaluation Lifelong learning: self-directed learning; continuing professional development; linking higher education with industry, further education, recognition of prior learning, apprenticeships, credit accumulation and transfer schemes Assessment of learning: improved ability range with personal learning; evidence of improved levels of skill; feedback from others; learning achievements and disappointments

 1.1 evaluate approaches to self-managed learning

1.2 propose ways in which lifelong learning in personal and professional contexts could be encouraged

1.3 evaluate the benefits of self-managed learning to the individual and organisation

LO2 Be able to take responsibility for own personal and professional development

Be able to take responsibility for own personal and professional development Self-appraisal: skills audit (personal profile using appropriate self-assessment tools); evaluating self-management; personal and interpersonal skills; leadership skills Development plan: current performance; future needs; opportunities and threats to career progression; aims and objectives; achievement dates; review dates; learning programme/activities; action plans; personal development plan Portfolio building: developing and maintaining a personal portfolio Transcripts: maintaining and presenting transcripts including curriculum vitae

2.1 evaluate own current skills and competencies against professional standards and organisational objectives

 2.2 identify own development needs and the activities required to meet them

 2.3 identify development opportunities to meet current and future defined needs

2.4 devise a personal and professional development plan based on identified needs

LO3 Be able to implement and continually review own personal and professional development plan

Be able to implement and continually review own personal and professional development plan Learning styles and strategies: types of styles; awareness of personal style; impact of personal style and interactions with others Learning from others: formal learning and training; observation; mentoring; supervision; tutorials; informal networks; team members; line managers; other professionals Evaluation of progress: setting and recording of aims and objectives; setting targets; responding to feedback; re-setting aims targets; establishing and recognising strengths and weaknesses; directions for change; cycles of activity (monitoring, reflecting and planning) 

3.1 discuss the processes and activities required to implement the development plan

3.2 undertake and document development activities as planned

3.3 reflect critically on own learning against original aims and objectives set in the development plan

3.4 update the development plan based on feedback and evaluation

LO4 Be able to demonstrate acquired interpersonal and transferable skills

Be able to demonstrate acquired interpersonal and transferable skills Transferable skills: personal effectiveness (ability to communicate effectively at all levels, initiative, self-discipline, reliability, creativity, problem solving) Verbal and non-verbal communication: effective listening, respect of others’ opinions; negotiation; persuasion; presentation skills; assertiveness; use of ICT Delivery formats: ability to deliver transferable skills using a variety of formats Working with others: team player; flexibility/adaptability; social skills Time management: prioritising workloads; setting work objectives; using time effectively; making and keeping appointments; reliable estimates of task time

4.1 select solutions to work-based problems

4.2 communicate in a variety of styles and appropriate manner at various levels

4.3 evaluate and use effective time management strategies Essay editing services


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