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3 Personal Strategic Planning

  1. 1. Tools For Mentoring Personal Strategic Planning
  2. 2. Download the worksheet
  3. 3. Personal Strategic Planning
  4. 4. The Mentoring Conversation Current Reality 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 Informed Decisions
  5. 5. The Mentoring Conversation Current Reality “Where am I now?” 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 Informed Decisions
  6. 6. The Mentoring Conversation Current Reality “Where am I now?” 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 “Where do I want to be?” Informed Decisions
  7. 7. The Mentoring Conversation Current Reality “Where am I now?” 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 “How do I get there?” “Where do I want to be?” Informed Decisions
  8. 8. The Mentoring Conversation Current Reality “How am I doing?” “Where am I now?” 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 “How do I get there?” “Where do I want to be?” Informed Decisions
  9. 9. Why is personal strategic planning important to you?
  10. 10. Alice In Wonderland Lewis Carroll
  11. 11. Alice In Wonderland Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here? Lewis Carroll
  12. 12. Alice In Wonderland Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here? The Cat: That depend a good deal on where you want to go. Lewis Carroll
  13. 13. Alice In Wonderland Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here? The Cat: That depend a good deal on where you want to go. Alice: I don’t much care where. Lewis Carroll
  14. 14. Alice In Wonderland Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here? The Cat: That depend a good deal on where you want to go. Alice: I don’t much care where. The Cat: Then it doesn’t much matter which way you go. Lewis Carroll
  15. 15. What you want ... and why it’s important
  16. 16. Au nify ing sen se o f pu rpo se
  17. 17. Strategic Planning
  18. 18. Strategic Planning Mission Divisions Positions
  19. 19. A Personal Mission
  20. 20. A Personal Mission Helps you:
  21. 21. A Personal Mission Helps you: • Reduce stress
  22. 22. A Personal Mission Helps you: • Reduce stress • Focus energy and effort
  23. 23. A Personal Mission Helps you: • Reduce stress • Focus energy and effort • Set meaningful goals
  24. 24. A Personal Mission Helps you: • Reduce stress • Focus energy and effort • Set meaningful goals • Clarify priorities
  25. 25. A Personal Mission Helps you: • Reduce stress • Focus energy and effort • Set meaningful goals • Clarify priorities • Create worke-life balance
  26. 26. A Personal Mission Helps you: • Reduce stress • Focus energy and effort • Set meaningful goals • Clarify priorities • Create worke-life balance • Maintain personal inegrity
  27. 27. A Personal Mission Helps you: • Reduce stress • Focus energy and effort • Set meaningful goals • Clarify priorities • Create worke-life balance • Maintain personal inegrity • Have a holistic perspective
  28. 28. “You don’t invent your purpose, you discover it” Victor Frankl
  29. 29. Write
  30. 30. Reflect on your values 14
  31. 31. 15
  32. 32. Meditate
  33. 33. Read other mission statements 17
  34. 34. Review
  35. 35. Talk
  36. 36. Strategic Thinking Mission Roles Goals
  37. 37. make a list of your roles
  38. 38. Strategic Thinking Mission Roles Goals
  39. 39. Start to write a mission statement for any of your roles.
  40. 40. Strategic Thinking Mission Roles Goals
  41. 41. Personal strategic planning How to discover your purpose Writing personal misson statements
  42. 42. “Life is a journey not a destination” Ralph Waldo Emmerson
  43. 43. Tools For Mentoring www.mentoring-works.com Personal Strategic Planning

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