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Some of the focal points in completing the Personal Career Development Plan will be:

Aspirational Assignment/ Experience: List activities or end result you would like to accomplish on Short and Long Term goals.

Personal Strength Areas: List skills and abilities related to career aspirations.  Education level should be identified as well.
 
Personal Strength Growth: List the type of growth the employee would like to attain in relationship to the listed strength area.
 
Functional Skills Areas: List skills and abilities required for the employee to perform their current job.
 
Functional Skill Growth Areas: List ways in which job specific required skills can be improved, developed, or maintained.

Short Term Professional Goals (6-12 months): The supervisor and employee will develop 2 to 3 (or more) goals based on (but not limited to) the employee’s strength and growth areas.

Intermediate/Long Term Professional Goals (1-5 years): The supervisor and employee will develop long term goals based on the employee’s strength and growth areas.

Action Plan Steps: List specific steps that will be taken towards short-term goals with due dates and explanations of results.