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A Leadership Development Portfolio (LDP) is a personal map utilized to provide you with a guide to achieve personal and professional goals. It helps individuals to focus on areas which need development and utilizes one’s strength to improve these areas.Your task is to prepare a type-written Leadership Development Portfolio that outlines the below aspects. All of these aspects are to be in one document. The format in which you prepare your Portfolio is at your discretion, some have chosen to utilize creative PowerPoint presentations and include photos from google images.
Attached is the document which explains the instructions. Attached is the PowerPoint sample also.
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A ​Leadership Development Portfolio (LDP) ​is a personal map utilized to provide you with a
guide to achieve personal and professional goals. ​It helps individuals to focus on areas
which need development and utilizes one’s strength to improve these areas.
Your task is to ​prepare a type-written Leadership Development Portfolio that outlines the
below aspects. All of these aspects are to be in one document. ​The format in which you
prepare your Portfolio is at your discretion, some have chosen to utilize creative​ PowerPoint
presentations and include photos from google images.
Purpose:
– To exhibit what has been learned during the semester in regards to leadership development.
– To strengthen personal philosophy of leadership by exploring strengths, areas of deficit and
action plans for success.
– To create a development plan that can be used beyond this leadership course.
– To connect concepts discussed throughout the course for practicality in the development of
personal and career endeavors.
Portfolio must include:
1. Vision statement for personal development:
A vision is a mental model of an ideal future state. ​I want you to develop a vision statement
for your career and life, which provides a picture of your future, is grounded in values,
and advocates a change towards a new or more developed state.
The vision statement should reflect your future goals and aspirations.
The vision statement should also give the reader(s), you and me, an idea of what you need to
improve on. I expect this part to be no more than a paragraph.
2.​
College Vision:
Where do you see yourself at the end of your College journey?
3. Leadership traits and top strengths:
I want you to describe yourself (1 paragraph) and highlight your traits and characteristics
Also, list your top strengths (StrengthsQuest assessment) and briefly reflect.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PXAGks_k24p2omQyzTP2kWozHN247Wat/view
4. Areas of strength and areas of development:
From what you know of yourself and what the self-assessment, ​list and describe three (3)
areas in which are your strongest and three areas in which you need development.
Explain why these identified areas matter and how they may affect your future goal(s).
For your areas in need of development, specify in detail how can these be improved.
5. Goals:
You will have to state your future goals (in accordance with your vision statement and your
areas in need of development). ​Think about your goals in terms of five (5) areas:
individual goals (self-improvement); interpersonal goals (relationship improvement);
team/organizational (improve teamwork and organizational impact);
civic community goals (be a force for good in the broader world);
professional goals (positive influence on your profession).
Choose any of these 5 areas to state your goal and make sure that you
explain them by highlighting the following:
why is it important? What benefit will you or others receive if you achieve this goal?
You should have no less than 3 and no more than 5 goals listed.
6. Action plan:
With the above stated goals and areas of development, provide an action plan of
MEASURABLE ways you will improve on these areas. Be creative in this section of your
development plan. Do NOT give simple statements such as, “In order to improve on my
shyness, I need to talk more to people.” This kind of statement is mediocre. ​In-essence, you
should describe strategies to meet each goal. Include action steps or changes you will
need to make in order to achieve them. Also, include how your leadership strengths can
help you in achieving your goal.
You may wish to consider challenging assignments you will seek; developmental relationships
you will look for with people who can provide mentoring and support; voluntary leadership roles
you will seek; training you will need to complete; feedback you need to obtain; the means of
reflection you will engage in; or other ways you will seek to achieve your goals. ​Please note,
you must provide an action plan for each listed goal and an estimated realistic
completion date.
In essence, you will have:
Goal 1:
Action Plan:
Completion Date:
Measuring your progress:
For each goal, provide a statement identifying how you will know when you have
achieved this end or completed this goal? How will you measure and monitor your
progress?
7. External resources & networks:
Which individuals and external resources do you have that can help you in achieving
your goals, refining your leadership skills, and providing feedback and support? ​Provide
names of specific people, offices, resources that can help you with your goals. State what
purpose will this person serve and what role will they play in your plan.
8. Mission Statement
Use information that you already know AND that you have acquired about yourself throughout
the course to build a personal mission statement. Give thoughtful consideration to this process,
as it takes reflection and rewriting. I​nclude phrases and sentences that reflect both who
you are now and what you want your life to be about; specifically, the things you want to
do, the kind of person you want to be, and the positive impact or contributions you want
to make during your lifetime. ​Please note that your MISSION STATEMENT IS DIFFERENT
THAN YOUR VISION STATEMENT.
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SAMPLE – STUDENT
NAME
Vision statement for personal development:
As the author discussed in chapter 7, a vision is a mental model of an ideal future
state. I want you to develop a vision statement for your career and life, which
provides a picture of your future, is grounded in values, and advocates a change
towards a new or more developed state. The vision statement should reflect your
future goals and aspirations. The vision statement should also give the reader(s), you
and me, an idea of what you need to improve on. I expect this part to be no more
than a paragraph.
Ramapo College Vision:
Where do you see yourself at the end of your Ramapo College journey?
Leadership traits:
Similar to how the author described each of the leaders, I want you to describe
yourself (1 paragraph) and highlight your traits and characteristics (which should
reflect the outcome of questionnaire 2.1 in chapter 2).
Areas of strength and areas of development:
From what you know of yourself and what the self-assessment tools in your book,
list and describe three (3) areas in which are your most strongest and three areas in
which you need development. Explain why these identified areas matter and how
they may affect your future goal(s). For your areas in need of development, specify in
detail how can these be improved.
Goal 1: TITLE
Goal: See assignment rubric
Action Plan: See assignment rubric
Completion Date: See assignment rubric
Goal 2: TITLE
Goal: See assignment rubric
Action Plan: See assignment rubric
Completion Date: See assignment rubric
Goal 3: TITLE
Goal: See assignment rubric
Action Plan: See assignment rubric
Completion Date: See assignment rubric
Goal 4 & 5: TITLE (optional)
Goal: See assignment rubric
Action Plan: See assignment rubric
Completion Date: See assignment rubric
External resources & networks:
Which individuals and external resources do you have that can help you in achieving
your goals, refining your leadership skills, and providing feedback and support?
Provide names of specific people, offices, resources that can help you with your
goals. State what purpose will this person serve and what role will they play in your
plan.
Mission Statement
Use information that you already know AND that you have acquired about yourself
throughout the course to build a personal mission statement. Give thoughtful
consideration to this process, as it takes reflection and rewriting. Include phrases
and sentences that reflect both who you are now and what you want your life to be
about; specifically, the things you want to do, the kind of person you want to be, and
the positive impact or contributions you want to make during your lifetime. Please
note that your MISSION STATEMENT IS DIFFERENT THAN YOUR VISION
STATEMENT. For help in building your personal mission statement, refer to Franklin
Covey’s website, which helps you draft a mission statement
(http://www.franklincovey.com/msb/). You will have to provide your email in the
beginning, as they will email you a copy of what you draft up in the end.

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