How to create an ambitious personal development plan

Written by Annie Makoff-Clark Tuesday 19 January 2021
A personal development plan can be useful for anyone pursuing leadership and management roles – and for women looking to take their career to the next level, it's essential

The more senior the level of management, the rarer women become, so supporting women's development and progression is absolutely crucial, explains Marie Hannan-Meads, MD and founder of Professional Development Training.

Leading a recent CMI Women webinar on creating an ambitious personal development plan (PDP), Marie looked at the importance of PDPs and discussed the essential skills that we should include when developing one.

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