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Personal Development and Learning Plan MUGE GUNGOR ID No: 12416119 Autumn Term - 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 Introduction.................................................................................................................... 3 1.1 Executive Summary/Key Findings ............................................................................... 4 1.2 Learning Development Plan........................................................................................... 5 1.3 Learning Style Analysis...................................................................................................6 2.0 Conclusion..................................................................................................................... 10 2.1 Personal Development Plan........................................................................................... 11 2.2 References..................................................................................................................... 13 1.0 Introduction This paper seeks to prepare my learning styles in my field to become an effective manager in an organisation. Using learning techniques learned in this course give me strong analytical skills and ingenuity to provide logical solutions and getting feedback how others see me. Applying critical analysis tools will detect my learning styles and a create action plan which helps me to identifying and evaluating my goals. I will examine SWOT analyze to define my goals and explain my steps to achieve my goals. My current situation is that working for a specialist in PR company facilitating communication between key individuals in each business area and developing contacts with each stakeholder group. My role is as a PR manager, develop, implement and deliver a proactive PR Strategy. This goal of this plan is to be able to attain the position of PR manager which requires the following: strategic decision making, analytical thinking skills, and creativity. ...read more.

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was only my score of 33. I want to be a good time manager. It needs to develop my own time personal action plan. 1.3 Learning Style Analysis The Swot diagram gives me a chance to control my strengths, threats and focus on better articulating my performance characteristics. SWOT helps in understanding the career aspirations of an individual and assessing how far I am willing to reach my career planning. Using SWOT for the improving my skills help to understand learning opportunities. Peter Honey and Alan Mumford (2006) have identified four main learning styles. It indicates to learning type by getting a score 13 of on the learning style score for an Activist. "Activist likes to take direct action. They are enthusiastic and welcome new challenges and experiences. They are less interested in what has happened in the past or in putting things into a broader context. They are primarily interested in the here and now. They like to have a go, try things out ad participate. They like to be the centre of attention. So, in summary, Activists like: to think on their feet, to have short sessions, plenty of variety, the opportunity to initiate, to participate and have fun". ...read more.

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Turn off my mobile, Skype, email when I work, create a to-do list, in order of priority 10.10.2008-10.03.2009 Daily, weekly and monthly I can monitor my work's progress,I will have more leisure or personal time, I can plan my day, week and month more efficiently Identifying and developing options Look everywhere for ideas, creative research ideas Improving memory To start recording information in useful ways, try to looking at the problem in different ways, simplifying it, making comparisons, choosing and using methods to tackle the problem. Using the reference books, the e-journal will be open on my laptop. I will try to some Sudoku exercises, I am going to learn new language (Spanish), regularly practice Yoga, a healthy diet and take some supplements ( Omega 3, Vitamin B-6, E) Weekly 10.10.2008-10.01.2009 Weekly Improve my research topics in detail, develop my reasoning abilities and creativity in finding answers, it is going to implement my work plan, help me define the problem. End of the three month I will have the ability to critically analyse and an ability to summarise, document, report and reflect on progress. I can concentre well, I can remember names and faces and be able to recall them months or years later. 2. ...read more.

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