MANAGING YOUR CAREER
APRIL 14, 2016
JUDY ISAMAN
SR. TRAINING ANALYST
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
TALENT MANAGEMENT
HR Talent Management
Individual Development Plan (IDP) Overview
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Planning Steps
Evaluate
Act
Plan
Assess
Identify
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IDP Worksheet – Part One
Name:
Jae Davis
Purpose for the IDP
___ New to Role
_X_ Increase Competency in Current Role
___ Change Role
___ Other, please describe:
Date: November 1, 2015
Experience
Number of years at UC: 5
Number of years in current role: 3
Number of years doing current type of work:
5
Career/Professional Goals
State your desired career or professional goal. It is not necessary to have a goal for each timeframe.
Immediate: Give a presentation to an audience of a different division.
Short-term (1-2 years) Give a presentation to an external audience.
Long-term (3-5 years): Deliver a training class on presentation skills.
How will these goals meet the business needs of your division or unit? Gain confidence to ultimately
represent the division in front of external audiences to help meet our goals of community
involvement. Right now, get the word out about our unit and division to other divisions.
IDP Worksheet – Part One
If interested in a new role, list 2-3 potential next positions:
n/a
List why achieving these goals is important, or what you will gain once achieved: I will be able to
present at meetings and in front of audiences. I will present confidently and keep
my nerves under control. I will be convincing and potentially gain new donors or
advocates for our work.
Development Goals
Based on your research of the required skills, knowledge, and competencies required for the
career/professional goal indicated above, state your development goal(s) in the SMART (Specific,
Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-bound) style .
Development Goal One:
Deliver a 30-minute presentation to another division by May 15, 2016.
Development Goal Two:
n/a
IDP Worksheet – Part Two
Developmental Goal: Deliver a 30-
minute presentation to another
division by May 15, 2016.
Learning by Doing:
On-the-Job Development
Type
Skill, Knowledge, Competency to be Developed:
Presentation and communication
Development Activity & Description
Resources Needed
Deliver a presentation on topic X to my current team.
Time at staff
meeting
Deliver a presentation to a new audience. Join another
team’s staff meeting and present to them.
Time at someone
else’s staff meeting;
Manager’s approval
Get feedback. Ask someone to observe and give me
feedback on my presentation skills.
A trusted colleague
IDP Worksheet – Part Two
Developmental Goal: Deliver a 30-
Skill, Knowledge, Competency to be Developed: Presentation
minute presentation to another
division by May 15, 2016.
and communication
Learning from Others
Type
Development Activity & Description
Resources Needed
Observe others who are effective presenters. At
presentations others give, write notes about how they
present and what skills they use.
Attend my regular
meetings; notepad &
pen
Audience observation. Watch the audience to see how
they respond to different speakers and what holds the
audience’s attention.
Attend my regular
meetings; notepad &
pen
Interview effective presenters. Meet with rock star
presenters and find out how they do it
Presenters;
Manager’s idea on
who to interview;
Time
IDP Worksheet – Part Two
Developmental Goal: Deliver a 30-
minute presentation to another
division by May 15, 2016.
Classes, E-learning,
Education, Readings
Type
Skill, Knowledge, Competency to be Developed:
Presentation and communication
Development Activity & Description
Resources Needed
Join a Toastmasters speaking club in my community
Toastmasters website;
local meetings
Go to an on-site class on presentation skills
Time and $ (if
needed)
Listen to a cd on presentations. I heard there’s a “Talk
Like Ted” cd that gives all the secrets of the pros!
Local Library – CD;
listen to it on
commute
Select a book on presentations from Ulearn through UC
Davis Talent Management.
U Learn website
UC Davis IDP
Name: Jae Davis
Current Position: One UC Davis Employee
1.
Deliver a presentation to another division
by May 15, 2016.
State your development goal using the SMART
style.
2. Select the skill, knowledge or competency to be
developed.
Presentation and communication
Development
Activities
Outcomes/Results
Support
Target Dates
Join
Toastmasters
Attend Toastmasters
meetings, at least
2x/month; make
presentations at
Toastmasters
Local Toastmasters
group in my
neighborhood
Begin November 15
Status
UC Davis IDP
Development
Activities
Get feedback
Outcomes/Results
Support
Target Dates
Visibly control my
anxiety and reduce
my use of “um”
Meet with Kim to ask
for feedback at my
presentations. Agree
on what items Kim
will assess me on
(um and anxiety)
and how I’ll receive
feedback.
My manager.
Meet with Kim
• for a Kick off
meeting by
November 30,
2015
• every month at
least once to
receive feedback:
Deliver a
Deliver a presentation
presentation to to a new audience;
a new audience Kim gives positive
feedback regarding
my anxiety and
lack of “ums.”
My manager
Manager of other
Group
Kim
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December
January
February
March
April
Deliver presentation
in May
Status
UC Davis IDP
Development
Activities
Outcomes/Results
Support
Target Dates
Status
Join
Toastmasters
Attend Toastmasters
meetings, at least
2x/month; make
presentations at
Toastmasters
Local Toastmasters
group in my
neighborhood
Begin November 15
Began
attending
weekly
meetings
November 13.
Date discussed with supervisor or
mentor:
Date of follow-up meeting:
(at least once every three months)
November 5, 2015
February 5, 2016
May 5, 2016
August 5, 2016
IDP Next Steps
1. Complete your IDP
2. Meet with your supervisor, manager,
or mentor
3. Take action!
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UCOP Development Programs
• Management Development Program (MDP)
• Management Skills Assessment Program
(MSAP)
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UCDHS Development & Certificate
Programs
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Leadership Challenge
UCDHS Coro Leadership Program (CORO)
Administrative Officers For The Future (AOFTF)
Developing as a Supervisor at UCDHS (DAAS)
Preparing for Supervision
Project Management
Analytical Skills Development
Administrative Assistant Academy (AAA)
School at Work (SAW)
Cross Training
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Tuition Assistance
Programs
• UC Employee-Student
Reduced Fee
• UCD Extension
• University of Phoenix
• Brandman University
• National University
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Staff Tuition for Education
Program (STEP)
Eligible
• Career employees
• Degree program
• Allied health vocational
certificate programs
Tuition reimbursement
• $4,000 annually
• $16,000 lifetime
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Career Development
Classes
• Building Your Resume for
Career Development
• The Art of Interviewing
• LinkedIn
Services by appointment
• Resume review
• Mock interviews
• LinkedIn assistance
• Equipment access
Q&A
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MANAGING YOUR CAREER APRIL 14, 2016 JUDY ISAMAN SR. TRAINING ANALYST