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The Successful Leadership Development Program: How to Build It and How to Keep It Going by Richard T. Rees, Jo-Ann C. Byrne

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Developing Individual Learning Plans

The plan was starting to come together. Better than that, it really had meat and character. It was time to be sure it was user-friendly and that it pointed people in the right direction. Developing a tool to document the participants’ perceived learning levels was next. Our hope was that the learning plan itself would be only one page and that it would be the guide for their participation over the next year. The tool necessary to get to that point we knew would be more cumbersome. Once our number of learning levels was carved in stone, developing a learning plan and tool shouldn't be that difficult.

What Are Learning Levels?

For our purposes, learning levels can be defined as where the participants are ...

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