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  2. 2. WHY YOU NEED TO PLAN ? “I find it fascinating that most people plan their vacations with better care than they plan their lives. Perhaps that is because escape is easier than change.” JIM ROHN
  3. 3. 7 ADVANTAGES OF PROPER PRIOR PLANNING • Organize your thinking. • Plan your actions carefully. • Identify potential flaws in your approach. . It enables you to ask, ‘what if?’ questions. • Identify weaknesses in your plan and create corrective actions. • Identify strengths and opportunities to improve success. • Concentrate your efforts on the vital few objectives. • Save time, money, and energy by avoiding confusion and mistakes.
  4. 4. “Failing to plan is planning to fail”
  5. 5. WHAT’S YOUR BUSINESS GOAL? To be the CEO of my company To have my OWN business
  6. 6. RICHEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD…HOW THEY THINK ? Bill Gates at number 1 Jeff Bezos at number 4 Mark Zuckerberg at number 8 Warren Buffett at number 3
  7. 7. THINKING STRATEGICALLY “BIG PICTURE” • The 3 big strategic questions: • Where are we now? • Where do we want to go? • How will we get there? … the answer is the strategy
  8. 8. STRATEGY IS HOW TO.. • How to grow the business? • How to outcompete rivals? • How to respond to changing market conditions? • How to manage each piece of the business? • How to satisfy customer’s needs? • How to achieve strategic and financial objectives?
  10. 10. Strategic Planning
  15. 15. STRATEGY FORMULATION WHERE DO WE WANT TO GO? Vision & Mission • Vision is a formal declaration of what the company aims to achieve in future. • Mission is about the existence of an organization and how the organization views the claims of its various stakeholders.
  17. 17. WHAT IN IT FOR ME ? WIIFM?
  18. 18. Personal Planning
  19. 19. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN • A personal development plan is a very powerful method to assess your life, define what is really important for you, and to start working on things that matter the most. • We constantly plan and think in our head, but very often we miss important details and we don’t create a realistic strategy to realize that plan. • That’s why many “plans” stay just in our dreams.
  20. 20. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN TEMPLATE 1- Define your goals 2- Prioritize 3- Set a deadline 4- Understand your strengths & weaknesses 5- Recognize opportunities and threats 6- Develop new skills 7- Take action 8- Get support 9- Measure progress
  21. 21. 1-DEFINE YOUR GOALS • The first step is to define goals that are really important to you. It can be something related to your career, but also something that will enrich or improve your personal life (like lose weight, start a new hobby/activity, or learn a new language). • Step 1: Write down 5-10 goals which are important for you to achieve.
  22. 22. PRIORITIZE • Out of all goals you wrote down, which one is the most important? This is your key goal which will be your focus. • Are there any transferable skills (skills which you can transfer to different areas of life) that would be important for your success? For example, if you improve speaking skills, the result can be more confidence, better relationships and communication with others, and even business success (e.g. more successful negotiations and more sales). • The purpose of a personal development plan is to help you expand your knowledge, develop new skills, or improve important areas of life. • Step 2: Take a good look at your list and select one goal which is the most important to you and that you will work on first.
  23. 23. SET A DEADLINE • If you have a goal but don’t know when you want to achieve it, chances are it will never happen. • Also, if you are planning to achieve a big project in a very short period of time, again, chances are it will not happen. • When planning, you need to be realistic, specific and make good assumptions time-wise. • Once you have a realistic timeframe for your goal, it’s important to commit that you will really do it. Be serious about it. If you are not the one who is taking your plan seriously, nobody else will either. • Instead of focusing on problems and obstacles that could happen, think about how great you will feel when it’s done. You can also define how you will reward yourself when you manage to achieve your goal. • Step 3: Set a deadline.
  24. 24. UNDERSTAND YOUR STRENGTHS • Everyone in the world is good at something and has above average skills/strengths in some specific areas. • What are your key strengths? • If you are not sure about the answer, then ask your friends and family. • Ask them “What do you think are my biggest strengths?” • Are you a well-organized, patient, persistent, outgoing, intelligent, brave, fast-learner, talented, open-minded…? • Step 4: Once you understand what your strengths are, write down which of these strengths can help you to achieve your goal.
  25. 25. UNDERSTAND YOUR WEAKNESSES • What tasks do you usually avoid because you don't feel confident doing them? • What will the people around you see as your weaknesses? • What are your negative work habits (for example, are you often late, are you disorganized, do you have a short temper, or are you poor at handling stress)? • Do you have personality traits that hold you back in your field? For instance, if you have to conduct meetings on a regular basis, a fear of public speaking would be a major weakness. • Again, consider this from a personal/internal perspective and an external perspective. Do other people see weaknesses that you don't see? Do co- workers consistently outperform you in key areas? Be realistic – it's best to face any unpleasant truths as soon as possible.
  26. 26. RECOGNIZE OPPORTUNITIES • Is your industry growing? If so, how can you take advantage of the current market? • Do you have a network of strategic contacts to help you, or offer good advice? • What trends (management or otherwise) do you see in your company, and how can you take advantage of them? • What new technology can help you? Or can you get help from others or from the Internet? • Are any of your competitors failing to do something important? If so, can you take advantage of their mistakes? • Is there a need in your company or industry that no one is filling? • Do your customers or vendors complain about something in your company? If so, could you create an opportunity by offering a solution?
  27. 27. RECOGNIZE THREATS • What obstacles do you currently face at work? • Are any of your colleagues competing with you for projects or roles? • Is your job (or the demand for the things you do) changing? • Does changing technology threaten your position? • Could any of your weaknesses lead to threats?
  28. 28. DEVELOP NEW SKILLS • A personal development plan is a plan for how to get from the place you are now to the place where you want to be. • If you want to get something, you will need to give something in return. • For example, if your goal is to move ahead to the next stage in your career, you will have to learn new skills. • If you want to start your own business, you will have to learn about marketing, sales, entrepreneurship, finances, etc. • In other words, to achieve something you have never achieved before, you need to develop skills you have never had before and start working on those skills as soon as possible. • Which skills or knowledge will help you to achieve your goal? • Step 6: Write down the list of the skills you need to develop, which will help you achieve your goal.
  29. 29. TAKE ACTION • If you want to achieve a big goal, there will be many actions you will need to take. • Step 7: Write down at least 3-5 most important actions you will need to take within your defined timeframe.
  30. 30. GET SUPPORT • Who can help you to achieve your goals faster? • Step 8: List anyone who you can think of who would be able to help you to achieve your goal.
  31. 31. MEASURE PROGRESS • The best motivator to stay persistent in achieving goals is your own progress. Even if it is a little progress, it is still something. • It is important to recognize that you are moving forward and to write down things that you are doing well. • If something is not going so well, what can you do differently? • If something is not going well, that means that you need to change (or improve) the strategies you are using. By doing the same things, you will be getting the same results. If you want better results, you need to change something. • Step 9: Write down things that you need to improve and define new strategies which you will try. Your responsibility is to make things work for you.
  32. 32. REMEMBER,,, “For everything you want in life, there is a price you must pay”.. Brian Tracy “Plans are nothing; planning is everything.” .. Dwight D. Eisenhower