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Personal and professional development in Social Care

Posted by on November 16, 2015 – 04:00 am

Personal and professional development in Social Care

Modules Our CPPD Portfolio is flexible, allowing you to study and reach your goals at your own pace. You may wish to try one module at a time, or apply for a whole year, but the flexibility that we offer allows you to meet the demands of your work and personal life, whilst studying for your future career. Can t find a module that suits the needs of your workforce? We offer a variety of bespoke opportunities, created in partnership with managers to meet the demands of the ever changing climate of healthcare. Employability Unusually for a University…

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Professional and personal development in Social work

Posted by on November 3, 2015 – 07:36 pm

Professional and personal development in Social work

I best express myself in written word which works for me as the best way to capture what I am feeling, reflect as I write, and draw some sort of conclusion at the end of this process. It allows me to process my dreams, hopes, aspirations, frustrations.I have tasted triumph and been induced into righteous rage. Lately, I find myself revisiting the same goals over again, as well as the same challenges, which is frustrating. However, after careful consideration, On Repeat I’m a busy guy. I often have ideas that don’t get recorded, written down, or…

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Implement personal and professional development Plan

Posted by on October 31, 2015 – 07:36 pm

Implement personal and professional development Plan

As a career coach, one of my main roles is to help my clients develop the professional skills and abilities required to achieve their goals. It’s a process that takes time and planning, but I love helping people figure out what needs to be done, how to get started and how to stay on track. Related: 3 Career Development Tips That Will Get You Ahead Of The Competition Unfortunately, few people really know what it takes to create and implement a solid professional development plan. Truth be told, there are quite a few misconceptions around the topic…

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Commitment to personal & professional development

Posted by on October 25, 2015 – 06:52 pm

Commitment to personal & professional development

There was once a time when I’d get frustrated about the lack of opportunities to travel for conferences or trainings. I used to think about “what could have been” if I had only continued my education and pursued an advanced degree. Frankly, I decided to make a personal choice to stop complaining about the opportunities I don’t have and start thinking about how I could develop my own professional development. I stopped depending on others to provide me these opportunities. I welcome them when they are offered, but I no longer wait for when those…

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Why is personal and professional development important?

Posted by on October 15, 2014 – 11:36 am

Why is personal and professional development important?

I recently had a conversation with Gillian Shaw about the career developments that have taken place in her life as a result of her doing our social media courses through Pitman Training Group. This got me thinking of the importance of ensuring that we all look after our own personal learning – at whatever stage of our career we are at. It is much easier to take the easy way out and just keep doing what you have always done without learning anything new, but does this bring self-satisfaction, interest or improvement? Continuous professional development…

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Professional and personal development skills

Posted by on June 18, 2015 – 09:25 am

Professional and personal development skills

Learning is Personal University is a time for you to explore your interests and develop into the person you want to be. Your individual learning journey will be unique and the experience and outcome of university life will depend very much on how actively you engage with the opportunities that you encounter along the way. Personal and Professional Development (PPD) for You Opportunities to learn and develop are everywhere, but you must seize the day and engage with them pro-actively. Though grades are likely to loom large in your thinking, a good…

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What does personal professional development mean?

Posted by on October 4, 2015 – 12:21 pm

What does personal professional development mean?

Professional Development Series #2: What does it mean to be an effective leader? Professional Development Series #2: What does it mean to be an effective leader? As healthcare professionals most of us know what a department leader is on a basic level. But do we really know you what it means to be an effective team leader in a healthcare environment, whether it be in the form of a formal or an informal leader? A formal leader is a leader by virtue of the position title to influence others to reach an organizations goals. What many people don’t know…

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