Webinar: How to Build a Personal Development Plan for 2022

Sharpening the Saw: How to build your personal development plan for 2022 --  led by Eric Herrenkohl

Eric HerrenkohlEric Herrenkohl

"He not busy being born is busy dying," Bob Dylan said, and every business leader knows that it's important to keep learning, growing, and getting better-faster-smarter --it matters for him or her, it matters for the teams and enterprises they lead. But too often the urgency of the day-to-day overwhelms the importance of the long-term, and busy calendars often trump good intentions.

What does a good personal development plan look like?

In this webinar, AchieveNEXT executive coach Eric Herrenkohl, author of the bestseller How to Hire A Players, will describe what a plan looks like and show you how to actually make and keep your resolutions.

We'll describe the five key areas of development:

  1. Improving your functional skills
  2. Learning more about the business outside your function
  3. Developing leadership skills
  4. Learning more about your industry
  5. Expanding your professional network
We'll discuss how to mix and match to get the right balance of all five of these--since they all matter, depending on the stage of your career you find yourself in and your sense of the opportunities in front of you
And we'll walk through the kind of resources and support you need. At the end, participants will be invited to craft their own personal development plan--and check in with Eric or an AchieveNEXT expert at the end of March, 2022 to see how things are progressing.


Event Details

When:  Dec 8, 2021 from 02:00 PM to 02:50 PM (ET)


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