Personal Development Planning


Each hockey player is unique. The work of a coach is to reveal his potential, talents and qualities so as to fully develop these and assist in revealing the new ones in order to achieve the best results.

For cultivating the players’ potential the club needs the development plan for 10 years, seasonal plan and a good training plan. If you follow these plans then it will be clear where you are now, where you are going and when the goal will be achieved.

A hockey season suggests many lucky chances. When a team is well-prepared it can use these chances and step by step proceed from one success to the next one. However, without a clear plan the hockey season risks to become a long file of missed opportunities. Talking about a good preparation we mean preparing a plan for all parts of a season (rest, trainings, pre-season, game series, playoffs) and setting targets to achieve.

Player development and career are also related to a long row of good opportunities. Some skills and capabilities are especially well trained and mastered at certain age. If a plan does not consider the data for specific periods this will not allow the player to achieve its maximum.

Employee Personal Development planning (PDP) plays the role of seasonal planning in HR management.

Employee Personal Development Plan (PDP) is a nomenclature of training events aimed at acquisition of new and enhancement of existing competencies, knowledge, skills and expertise, ensuring employee’s professional development and career growth in particular company.

Staff development is a range of measures that includes staff re-training and qualification upgrade, together with career planning for personnel in organisation.

Staff development goal is to provide an organisation with well-trained employees according to its goals and development strategy.




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