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When an executive puts together their personal development plan, they often assess personal gaps and prioritize what they think they need to work on. Most often, what they work on is targeted for the most immediate impact. In other words, “What can help me most…right now?” These will be noticeable changes that will help you become a better leader.

Another consideration might be, “What areas do I need to develop for the future?” If your organization is growing and expanding…and if you will be called upon to do new things…and if you are likely destined for being promoted into additional responsibility…how are you best preparing yourself for those possibilities?

When working on development plans, it’s helpful to understand the future of the organization and how you fit into it…now and a few years from now. Instead of just looking at your current gaps, take stock of potential future gaps that might take a while to change or master. Factoring future gaps into your planning provides you with a more blended set of development priorities that will serve you better down the road.

Most often, what they work on is targeted for the most immediate impact. In other words, “What can help me most…right now?” These will be noticeable changes that will help you become a better leader.

Another consideration might be, “What areas do I need to develop for the future?” If your organization is growing and expanding…and if you will be called upon to do new things…and if you are likely destined for being promoted into additional responsibility…how are you best preparing yourself for those possibilities?

When working on development plans, it’s helpful to understand the future of the organization and how you fit into it…now and a few years from now. Instead of just looking at your current gaps, take stock of potential future gaps that might take a while to change or master. Factoring future gaps into your planning provides you with a more blended set of development priorities that will serve you better down the road.