Creating, Scoring and Using Your Personal Scorecard for Professional Development

Author(s):

Mark Thompson, C.P.M.
Mark Thompson, C.P.M., Global Commodity Leader, Pioneer Hi-Bred International (A Dupont Company), 515-334-4607; mark.thompson@pioneer.com
Robert A. Kemp, Ph.D., C.P.M.
Robert A. Kemp, Ph.D., C.P.M., President, Kemp Enterprises, 515-221-2503; kempr@mchsi.com

91st Annual International Conference Proceedings - 2006 - Minneapolis, MN
Abstract

A personal professional development scorecard and its accompanying processes hold significant potential to help professionals improve advancement opportunities, job security and to add value to all operations. CAPS studies and other literature show that to be competitive in the future we must all be better, faster. Moreover our professional abilities must improve continuously over our lifetime. This workshop provides participants specific knowledge and tools to create and use their personal professional development scorecard. Discussions include a step-by-step process, resource identification, evaluation techniques and metrics, scoring, benchmarks, best practices and a useable personal scorecard along with the potential benefits. Everyone needs a personal professional development scorecard.

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