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UrStoria - Episode 8 - Be Passionate About Who You Are - Spencer Holt, PhD

Urstoria - It's Your Story - Tell it!

Release Date: 12/21/2017

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It's UrStoria-Tell It! Spencer Holt, PhD joins us to speak about Professional Development Plans. We tackle Professional Development Plans, how plans are changing with the economy and technology and how we develop to gain skill and experience rather than title - a modern spin on professional development. Spencer also touches on Leadership Development and Personal Branding. You'll love the content and passion that Spencer brings to the discussion!

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It's UrStoria - Tell It!  Spencer Holt, PhD joins us to speak about Professional Development Plans. Spencer says we "start by being passionate about who we are".  We tackle Professional Development Plans head on- key components of PDP's, how plans are changing with the economy and technology and how we develop to gain skill and experience rather than title - a modern spin on professional development. Spencer also touches on Leadership Development and Personal Branding. You'll love the content and passion that Spencer brings to the discussion!

References mentioned in the episode: 

Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey

Strengths finder 2.0, Don Clifton

https://www.cebglobal.com/human-resources/corporate-leadership-council/career-pathing/article.html (employability)

Everyone Communicates, Few Connect by John Maxwell

Ubuntu! By Stephen Lundin. . Bob Nelson

Show notes, more information and to connect with us: www.urstoria.com