SAMPLE - Career Development Plan
Step 1: Background Information
Use this section to capture your status in your current role and your future career goals. This will form the foundation for settingyour development goals.
Current Position: Date started: Laura Snyder Director, IT Services January, 2006 Performance Summary (refer to your Performance Management forms and summarize) Theperformance ratings on all performance targets and competencies in my last three performance reviews were predominately 4 with an overall evaluation of 4. During my last performance review my ADMrecognized my superior performance in implementing a highly complex systems integration project across departments that allowed us to achieve many process efficiencies. He suggested that I identifyoptions for career development that would allow me to further develop my strengths in the competencies of Strategic Orientation and Decisiveness. Career Goal(s): My career goal is to move into a positionwith a higher level of responsibility for strategic planning and determining the direction of programs, policies and initiatives. Areas of Strength (Knowledge, skills, and competencies) Areas forDevelopment I feel I have true strengths in strategic orientation and am highly decisive. I would like to continue to develop and hone these skills as I believe they will help me achieve my career goals.Additionally, our department has recently put a strong emphasis on HR initiatives and planning. I would like to build my skills and knowledge in this area, with a focus on succession planning.Competencies: Strategic Orientation Decisiveness Skills/Knowledge: Project Management Detail Orientation Time and resource management Facilitation skills Nova Scotia Government Career Development Plan2006-07
Planning For Your Development Goals
Use this section to capture your development goal(s), steps to achieve that goal(s), time frames, potential obstacles and solutions, and how to tell when...
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