The development activities from the Self managed development learning guide are designed to help you to take responsibility and control for your own development and learning and to plan your future direction. You may choose to work through the 10 steps in sequence, alternatively you may select only some of the steps to work on.
How well do I cope with change? As career paths are no longer written in indelible ink, the ability of individuals to manage their career through continuous change is a key factor in achieving long-term success.
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