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A Personal Development Plan is a document that allows self-reflection, self-asse

A Personal Development Plan is a document that allows self-reflection, self-assessment, and research to understand yourself as an individual, as a member of teams, and as an organizational citizen. It also helps create opportunities for improvement goals. The PDP provides a foundation for becoming more effective in your roles as a follower, a leader, and a team member.SECTION 1Before describing explanatory theories, concepts, fit in teams, and fit in organizations, you must first articulate your strengths and weaknesses, values, and personality. Refer to previous course material throughout this project. This section of your project can include self-reflection, use of self-assessment instruments, and application of objective evidence.Personal Assessment (3-5 pages): How do your personality assessment results fit into this section?Strengths/Weaknesses
Values
Personality
SECTION 2Next, include an articulation of theories and concepts to explain your behavior at three levels of analysis (individual, team, and organization). In addition, include factors (contingencies/moderators) that may alter the theory/concept’s operation. This section should include discussion of the following:Theory/Concepts at the Individual Level (1-2 pages)What theories/concepts describe your behavior as an individual?
What factors (i.e., contingencies/moderators) affect the operation of these theories/concepts? Consider peer pressure, the organization’s culture, and other factors.
Theory/Concepts at the Team Level (1-2 pages)What theories/concepts describe your behavior as team member?
What factors (i.e., contingencies/moderators) affect the operation of these theories/concepts? Consider peer pressure, the organization’s culture, and other factors.
Theory/Concepts the Organization Level (1-2 pages)What theories/concepts describe your behavior as an organizational citizen?
What factors (i.e., contingencies/moderators) affect the operation of these theories/concepts? Consider peer pressure, the organization’s culture, and other factors.
SECTION 3The final section looks to the future. Choose and describe at least one developmental goal at each of the three levels of analysis: the individual level, the team level, and the organizational level. Consider how the content of the course helps inform your choices of development goals. For each development goal, provide the goal, development activities (how you will work toward accomplishing the objective), resources/support (that you have or can develop toward achieving the goal), timeline, potential obstacles, and evidence of progress (i.e., milestones), as detailed below:Development Goals (2-3 pages)Development Goal (Individual Level)Development Activities
Resources/Support
Timeline
Potential Obstacles
Evidence of Progress
Development Goal (Team Level)Development Activities
Resources/Support
Timeline
Potential Obstacles
Evidence of Progress
Development Goal (Organizational Level)
Development Activities
Resources/Support
Timeline
Potential Obstacles
Evidence of Progress
References
Your submission should be 8-10-pages in length (not including title or reference pages) and be formatted according to the attcahed. You must include a minimum of 10 credible, academic or professional references, including the text and/or course articles if used in your final project.
Requirements: .doc file