Develop a 4-6 page specific, actionable self-development plan to increase your personal effectiveness.
Using a self-assessment that reflects your proficiency on leadership competencies related to change, you will develop a specific, actionable development plan to increase your personal effectiveness.
Take the Agile Leadership Self-Assessment interactive activity provided for you in this assessment. (SEE ATTACHMENT WITH RESULTS)
For Assessment 4, you gave a presentation for upper management on strategies for approaching change in teams and groups. Your immediate supervisor attended and afterward congratulated you on all the change leadership you have recently provided. She lets you know that for the next several weeks you will be back on her individual staff development initiative. For starters, she wants you to draft a staff development plan that can help train more change leaders to make the kinds of contributions you have been making lately!
Imagine that you work in any organization you choose in any position you like. For the sake of simplicity, you may choose to imagine your present position at a company where you already work. You may use the same organization(s) you chose for previous assessments. Whatever your other responsibilities, you will be devoting part of your time to your immediate supervisor’s staff development initiative.
Using the results of the Agile Leadership Self-Assessment, create a self-development plan that includes the following:
Your development plan should be written coherently to support a central idea. Use appropriate APA format, with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics as expected of a business professional.
Since you will be discussing your ideas one-on-one with your supervisor, you have more space to get in-depth with your plan. Make this document 4–6 pages. Since you have established yourself as a meticulous writer and ideasmith, add to your reputation by drafting this document to be well organized and readable. This document will almost certainly make its way to other stakeholders following your initial meeting with your supervisor.