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The role of the leader in Personal Development Planning

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The role of the leader in Personal Development Planning

Peter Ellis
5 July 2016

Training and development of staff is a key function of any leader and a cornerstone of this process is Personal Development Planning (PDP). Development is vital for staff retention and motivation (Herzberg, 1968), so this paper discusses personal and professional development planning and explores some of the benefits to the team and organisation from the leader’s perspective.

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