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Individual Development Plan

The purpose of this IDP is to help you reach your short and long term career goals and improve your competencies. It is not a performance evaluation tool or one-time activity and should be executed as a partnership between you and your supervisor.

First, have a conversation with your Manager/Supervisor about your career and personal development. You will list here specific knowledge, skills, and abilities to be acquired/developed in this IDP year.

Then, complete your IDP to document your conversation and goals.  Either print or electronically save your IDP for periodic reassessment to determine its effectiveness.

  •  Employee
  •  Supervisor (with concurrence and consent of employee)
  • My supervisor and I have discussed the options available under the IDP process and we agree that no further development is required
    or desired at this time

Acceptable reasons for “no further development” may include pending retirement, expiration of or short term nature of appointment, etc. Put your reasons in the Employee Comments at the bottom of this form.

Position Developmental Activity

Some developmental activities are required for your position (Example: FM Certifications, Driving Tests, etc). Discuss your plans to accomplish these activities and list them below.

Section Development 1
Activity
Type
Priority   
Purpose
Fulfillment
Costs  

Personal and Professional Goals

List any personal or professional goals that are unique to you. Be sure your goals can be reasonably accomplished. Keep it manageable!

Section Goal 1
Goal
Type
Development
Priority   
Purpose
Fulfillment
Costs  
  • I acknowledge that the information supplied in my IDP 
    does not imply or provide a guarantee of requested
    training.