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Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Task 1...............................................................................................................................................4Conduct your Skills Audit in the context of your personal role and responsibilities andPerformance objectives within your organisation.......................................................................4Task 2...............................................................................................................................................7A) Identify some key interpersonal (communication, empathy etc.) and transferable skills(time management, leadership, problem solving, etc.) and analyse tools and techniques toenhance these skills.....................................................................................................................7B) Conduct your Personal SWOT Analysis to identify your strengths, weaknesses andlearning and development opportunities...................................................................................10C) Using appropriate Proforma, carry out your Individual appraisal within your organisation....................................................................................................................................................10Task 3.............................................................................................................................................12Prepare and implement a Personal and Professional Development Plan with clear aims andobjectives, areas for development, resources and activities, timescale, etc. based on personaland organisational objectives....................................................................................................12Task B............................................................................................................................................14Reflection..................................................................................................................................14Conclusion.....................................................................................................................................16REFERENCES................................................................................................................................1
IntroductionPersonal Development is a life long process. This covers activities improve awarenessand identity develop talents and potential and build capital, facilitate employability, enhance thequality of life contribute to the realization of dreams and aspirations. The growing success of selfhelp and personal development movement has assisted many business manager in obtainingmore qualified and motivated persons for their companies.Professional Development is learning to earn and maintain professional credentials suchas academic degree to formal coursework, attending conference and informal learningopportunities situated in practice. Individual may participate in professional developmentbecause of learning for life long or comply with professional regulatory requirements. Process ofimproving and increasing of capability of staff through access to education and trainingopportunities at a work place, through outside the organization. Professional development helpsbuild and maintain morale of staff members and is thought to attract high quality staff to anorganization. In practice professional development for educators encompasses and extremelybroad range of topics and formats. For example, professional development experiences mayfunded by schools, district, state budgets and programs or they may be funded by private sources.Harrods department store located in london on brompton road on kingsbridge. At the ageof 25 charles henry harrods in 1824, he established his business at boriugh high street insouthwark. The departmental store aquired by “House Of Fraser” in 1959 which in turned ofpurchase by fayed brothers in 1985. In 1944 harrods was moved out of “House Of Fraser” toremain as private company.In october 2009, Harrods bank started selling gold cions and bars thatcustomer could buy “off the self”. They also offer storage services as well as ability to sell backgold to harrods in the future. The gold product ranged from 1g to 12.5 kg, and could bepurchased within harrods banks.Task 1Conduct your Skills Audit in the context of your personal role and responsibilities andPerformance objectives within your organisation.Quality of work to improveNot confident 100%100% confident
SELF AND TIME MANAGEMENTI manage to finish my work before the deadline by organising my work.I'm facing troubles with work I know where to get help.I can organise myself when it comes to time management if I have a lot ofpending work.To remind myself of lectures, seminars and meeting I keep a diary for thispurpose.To complete my present tasks I have made the targets of future related to myqualifications and education.PROBLEM SOLVING AND CRITICAL THINKINGI have the ability to work with a team without any disputes or fights when thetask is allotted.There are different solutions and methods for every kind of problems, I choosethe best option from all the options.I always think of different options I could solve a problem from. I can solvenon-academic and academic problems from different solutions of an issue.I can find out result from any given task.I can break down an issue into simpler parts.Talking about a particular task, I know what a company is expecting out of me.LINGUAL COMMUNICATIONI prefer listening to the team or people's opinion and give a positive attitudeeven if I do not agree with them.
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