Topic 1: Personal development:<br />Module 1: Factors that influence our plans, development and relationships:<br />
3 things to do when planning:<br />Anticipation: <br />Expect, think (about what will happen), make (preparations or chang...
Anticipation: Planning<br />Expect, think (about what will happen), make (preparations or changes in advance). Do planning...
Make the required preparations or changes 	beforehand in anticipation of likely problems 	and scenarios.</li></li></ul><li...
Unexpected delays or waste of time due to:
Equipment breakdown
Personal troubles
Natural disasters
Economic crises
Resources
No or late supplies from service providers
Assistance
Illness
Transport breakdowns
Labour crisis
Loss
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  1. 1. Topic 1: Personal development:<br />Module 1: Factors that influence our plans, development and relationships:<br />
  2. 2. 3 things to do when planning:<br />Anticipation: <br />Expect, think (about what will happen), make (preparations or changes in advance). Do planning before you start.<br />Monitoring:<br />Observe, check (regularly), Examine (for quality). Always have a back-up plan and if something doesn’t work out the way you planned, get creative means to fix it.<br />Review:<br />Evaluate (assess good and bad), comment on it, revise (to do it better in the future). Do not make the same mistakes again.<br />
  3. 3. Anticipation: Planning<br />Expect, think (about what will happen), make (preparations or changes in advance). Do planning before you start.<br />Identifying and dealing with problems in planning:<br /><ul><li>Think about what can happen in the future and how you will solve the problem before you get there.
  4. 4. Make the required preparations or changes beforehand in anticipation of likely problems and scenarios.</li></li></ul><li>Contingency planning:<br />Contingency – possible unforeseen event that might occur in the future.<br />Contingency plan – plan we make to prepare for possible events.<br />Contingencies involve:<br /><ul><li>Time
  5. 5. Unexpected delays or waste of time due to:
  6. 6. Equipment breakdown
  7. 7. Personal troubles
  8. 8. Natural disasters
  9. 9. Economic crises
  10. 10. Resources
  11. 11. No or late supplies from service providers
  12. 12. Assistance
  13. 13. Illness
  14. 14. Transport breakdowns
  15. 15. Labour crisis
  16. 16. Loss
  17. 17. damage,
  18. 18. Breakage
  19. 19. Theft
  20. 20. Money
  21. 21. Unforseenexpenses</li></li></ul><li>Planning process in practice:<br />
  22. 22. Monitoring: Study progress<br /><ul><li>Observe, check (regularly), Examine (for quality). Always have a back-up plan and if something doesn’t work out the way you planned, get creative means to fix it.</li></ul>Using monitoring to identify and deal with problems in planning:<br /><ul><li>Check progress at regular intervals
  23. 23. Supervising (overseeing) such progress
  24. 24. Keep an eye on outside developments
  25. 25. Be attentive to warning signals
  26. 26. Adapt to changes in your situation
  27. 27. Incorporate new needs and new factors
  28. 28. Revise plan to adapt to changes
  29. 29. Examine quality of initial results
  30. 30. Make amendments
  31. 31. Ask for advice and comments
  32. 32. Get feedback from customers, assistants and suppliers</li></li></ul><li>Review: Reflect on outcome<br /><ul><li>Evaluate (assess good and bad), comment on it, revise (to do it better in the future). Do not make the same mistakes again.</li></ul>Using reviewing to identify and deal with problems in planning:<br /><ul><li>To see if your plan worked effectively:
  33. 33. Assess and measure tangible results
  34. 34. Weigh up gains and profits or losses
  35. 35. Get feedback and comments
  36. 36. Reconsider own strengths and weaknesses
  37. 37. Make adjustments to assist you or get help
  38. 38. Revise your plan in detail to do things better in the future
  39. 39. Make notes of everything you learned
  40. 40. Look back and make sure not to make the same mistakes again.</li></li></ul><li>Factors that impact on the achievement of our plans:<br />Outside factors:<br />Changes in our circumstances<br />Finances<br />Relationships<br />Internal factors: <br />Behaviour<br />Personality<br />Beliefs<br />Attitudes<br />Values<br />Skills <br />Internal factors that we have control over:<br />Choices we make<br />How we respond<br />Time management<br />Opportunities we take<br />How we spend money<br />How we choose to conduct ourselves<br />What we know<br />What we think about<br />
  41. 41. Your approach to something or someone. Your personal view on it. Mindset, outlook and feelings.<br />Attitudes:<br />
  42. 42. Values:<br />Things that are important and significant to you morally, intellectually and emotionally.<br />
  43. 43. Skills:<br />Is an ability that is usually developed by experience or training. You are not born with it.<br />
  44. 44. Behaviours, relationships and personal development:<br />Impacts negatively or positively on your life.<br />We all need values of commitment, perseverance and self-control.<br />Our attitude, values, skills and morals manifest themselves in what we do, our:<br />Actions<br />Behaviour<br />Reactions<br />
  45. 45. Types of behaviour and their impact:<br />Assertiveness :<br />Passivity:<br />Act confidently<br />Not afraid to say or do something to change a situation for the better.<br />Good communicators<br />Say what they believe or want without hurting others or making them upset.<br />Proactive.<br />Take actions themselves, don’t wait for others to do it.<br />Don’t wait for something to happen first.<br />Don’t take part in things around them.<br />They are not insecure but sit back uninterested.<br />Others make decisions or take action.<br />Don’t speak up and let their thoughts be known.<br />Lets other people take control.<br />
  46. 46. Types of behaviour and their impact continued:<br />Confidence:<br />Overconfidence:<br />Extreme form of assertiveness.<br />Does not respect will and wishes of others.<br />Forces his way on them.<br />Feeling superior to others.<br />Self-important rather than serving the common good.<br />Disrespectful<br />Arrogant<br />Impulsive <br />Quietly sure of ability to succeed.<br />Quietly sure of what you believe in.<br />Serves the common good.<br />Takes other’s feelings into account.<br />Good manners.<br />Respectfully.<br />Puts needs and interests of others first as he is assured of his own worth and purpose in life.<br />
  47. 47. Types of behaviour and their impact continued:<br />Mildness :<br />Aggression:<br />Overconfidence and repressed feelings lead to extreme emotion like aggression.<br />Don’t deal with stress, anger or frustration in an effective, healthy way.<br />Easily angered.<br />Strength under control<br />Made a decision to never get out of control.<br />Aware of devastation and hurt of abuse.<br />Know that emotions are powerful.<br />Either they are under control or you are under their control.<br />
  48. 48. The link between:<br />Relationships<br />Personal development<br />Can either build you up or break you down.<br />Family, loyal friendships, opportunity to study, work and life is precious.<br />Care about interests of others.<br />Do not let people drag you down.<br />1. Skills<br />Improve <br />2. Values<br />Live it<br />3. Attitudes<br />Work at it.<br />Understanding yourself<br />Setting appropriate goals four our lives<br />Pursuing goals in a responsible way<br />Takes place in the context of our relationships with:<br />Ourselves<br />Other people<br />Resources<br />Nature<br />Environment<br />God<br />Associate with people who encourage you.<br />Use bad experiences <br />to be a <br />better <br />person.<br />

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