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 ===== Your Annual Ministry Plan ===== ===== Your Annual Ministry Plan =====
  
-SEND's International Manual says that "All members will develop clear ministry related goals with their supervisor or team leader based on their ministry assignment." (p. 26). This guide seeks to give some guidance to the process of developing those ministry related goals.+SEND's International Manual says"All members will develop clear ministry related goals with their supervisor or team leader based on their ministry assignment." (p. 26). This guide seeks to give some direction to the process of developing those ministry related goals.
  
-**The Annual Ministry Plan (AMP) is different from the Individual Growth Plan (IGP).**+==== The Annual Ministry Plan (AMP) is different from the Individual Growth Plan (IGP). ====
  
-Both are a set of goals for the coming year. However, they focus on different things. The AMP describes your ministry priorities for the coming year. The IGPon the other handdescribes what you plan to do to nurture your own personal growth and development so that you can be better equipped to fulfill your ministry goals. The IGP is a plan to better equip us so that we have the training and knowledge to fulfill our AMP\\ +Both are a set of goals for the coming year. Both will help you grow and develop as a disciple of Jesus. Nevertheless, they focus on different things. The AMP describes your new ministry priorities for the coming year. The IGP on the other hand describes what you plan to do to nurture your own personal growth and development so that you can be better equipped to fulfill your ministry goals. The IGP is a plan to better equip us so that we have the training and coaching to fulfill our AMP and our job description.
-.\\ +
-What are the difference between the Annual Ministry Plan (AMP) and the IGP?+
  
-^  AMP (Annual Ministry Plan)  ^  IGP (Individual Growth Plan | +What is the difference between the Annual Ministry Plan (AMPand the IGP?
-|Determines ministry priorities for the coming year  |Determines learning priorities for the coming year  | +
-|Focused outward (on ministry tasks)  |Focused inward (on developing the minister) +
-|The goal is to impact/serve others  |The goal is help yourself grow  | +
-|About chopping firewood  |About sharpening the axe used to chop firewood +
-|The team has a team AMP and each team member also has their own AMP.  |IGP is only individual. +
-|e.g. Start 2 new Bible studies this year  |e.g. enroll in training in how to facilitate small group Bible studies +
-|e.g. Communicate at least 4 times this year with my donors and prayer partners, \\ using stories about what God is doing in the lives of people  |Read “God and Elephants: A Worshipper's Guide to Raising Support”  |+
  
-**Annual Ministry Plan goals should focus on new initiatives, not just list of ministries that you will continue from the past.**+| \\ **AMP (Annual Ministry Plan) ** | \\ **IGP (Individual Growth Plan) ** | 
 +| \\ Determines new ministry priorities for the coming year| \\ Determines learning priorities for the coming year| 
 +| \\ Focused outward (on ministry tasks)| \\ Focused inward (on developing the minister)| 
 +| \\ The goal is to impact/serve others| \\ The goal is help yourself grow| 
 +| \\ Like planning to chop firewood for the winter| \\ Like sharpening the axe used to chop firewood| 
 +| \\ The team has team AMP and each team member also has their own AMP.| \\ IGP is only individual.| 
 +| \\ e.g. Start 2 Discovery Bible Studies (DBS) this year| \\ e.g. Learn about how to lead a DBS by observing a teammate lead a DBS and then asking that teammate to coach me when I lead my own DBS| 
 +| \\ e.g. Communicate more regularly and effectively with my donors (at least 4 times this year) using stories about what God is doing in the lives of people| \\ Read “God and Elephants: A Worshipper's Guide to Raising Support”|
  
-Your goals should be things that require some new initiative on your part - not things that happen almost automatically every year because they are part of your job. For examplethe team leader would not put "Lead team meetings" on their AMP, because the team leader would be required to do this regardless of whether it was on his/her Annual Ministry Plan or not.\\ +==== Annual Ministry Plan goals should focus on new initiatives, not just a list of ministries that you will continue from the past====
-Do not write goals for things that will happen regardless of whether you set a goal or not. SEND U does not set a goal to “hold MOP in July” because that is a well-established pattern that would happen, regardless of whether SEND U would set a goal or not.+
  
-**How many annual goals should I set?**+Research shows that the best learning happens through hands-on experience when we take on challenging assignments. So, the Annual Ministry Plan is not just a plan for our upcoming ministry; it can also be a powerful tool to help us learn and grow.
  
-   * There will always be more good ideas than you have the capacitytime and strength to accomplish in the coming year. The process of setting goals is a process of setting priorities for the limited energy and time that you have.+Your AMP goals should be things that require some new initiative on your part - not things that happen automatically every year because they are part of your job (already on your job description). For example, the team leader would not put "Lead team meetings" on their AMPbecause the team leader would be required to do this regardless of whether it was on his/her Annual Ministry Plan or not. Do not write AMP goals for things that will happen regardless of whether you set a goal or not.
  
-  * You should set no more than 7-8 annual goals. Fewer is probably betterIt is much better to set 2-3 critically important ministry goals than 12 goals. If you have too many goals, you will lose your ability to focus on what is most important.+So, the AMP is not a complete list of everything you will be doing in this next yearInstead, it is a short list of the new things you plan to prioritize on top of all the other things that are required by your regular job description.
  
-  * The number of goals you set in any year depends to some extent how many ongoing commitments you already have. If you are already committed to a large number of ongoing ministries, you will not have the capacity to add many new initiatives.+==== How many annual goals should I set? ====
  
-===== Process of developing your Annual Ministry Plan: =====+There will always be more good ideas than you have the capacity, time, and strength to accomplish in the coming year. The process of setting goals is a process of setting priorities for the limited energy and time that you have.
  
-**//(to be done at the end of each year in preparation for the coming year)//  **+You should set no more than 7 annual goals. Fewer is better. It is much better to set 2-3 critically important ministry goals than 12 goals. If you have too many goals, you will lose your ability to focus on what is most important.
  
-  **Spend some time in prayer**, asking God to direct you as you take a good look at yourself and plan for ministry in the coming year. Listen to what God is saying to you about where He would like you to work. We would encourage you to take a day or half-day prayer retreat as you do this+The number of goals you set in any year depends to some extent on how many ongoing commitments you already have. If you are already committed to many ongoing ministries, you will not have the capacity to add many new initiatives. If you do not yet have a job description, then of course your AMP will be much longer. 
-  - **Consider SEND’s, your area’s and your team’s mission and vision statements.**  Your AMP indicates in what way you plan to contribute to these team’s, area’s and mission’s vision and goals+ 
-      - SEND International’s mission is to mobilize God’s people and engage the unreached in order to establish reproducing churches. +Process of developing your Annual Ministry Plan: (to be done at the end of each year in preparation for the coming year) 
-      - SEND’s current vision statement: “A global movement of Jesus followers making disciples among the unreached.” Our 2020 goal: By December of 2020 to see, 200 new workers (50 from outside of North America) and the engagement of 10 new unreached people groups. + 
-      - Review your area’s and your team’s vision statements (if they exist). +  - Spend some time in prayer, asking God to direct you as you take a good look at yourself and plan for ministry in the coming year. Listen to what God is saying to you about where He would like you to work. 
-      - Review your team’s Annual Ministry Plan for the coming year. Individual goals should be based on and contribute to team goals. Therefore if possible, first decide what the whole team will be focusing on in the coming year, and then develop your individual ministry plan to build on and contribute to that team plan. If your team is not ready to work on its Team Ministry Plan, do not use that as an excuse to not develop your own individual Annual Ministry Plan. +  - Consider SEND’s, your area’s and your team’s mission and vision statements. Your AMP indicates in what way you plan to contribute to your team’s, area’sand mission’s vision and goals. If your team is not ready to work on its Team Ministry Plan, do not use that as an excuse to not develop your own individual Annual Ministry Plan. 
-  - Review your job description. +  - Review your job description if you have one
-  - **Consider the following questions to fuel your thinking**  as you identify your personal ministry goals: +  - Consider the following questions to fuel your thinking as you identify your personal ministry goals: 
-      - What are the greatest needs that need to be addressed in our/my ministry in this coming year? +  - What are the greatest needs that need to be addressed in our/my ministry in this coming year? 
-      - What new opportunities has God given us in the last while? +  - What new opportunities has God given us in the last while? 
-      - What new tasks is my team asking me to give time to in the coming year? +  - What new tasks is my team asking me to give time to in the coming year? 
-      - What could I change in my current ministry responsibilities that would significantly improve or extend its impact? +  - What could I change in my current ministry that would significantly improve or extend its impact? 
-      - What has God been laying on my heart as a priority for this coming year? +  - What do I need to stop doing so that I will have time and energy to give to these new ministry initiatives? 
-      - What do I need to stop doing so that I will have time and energy to give to these new ministry initiatives? +  - After listing various possibilities for ministry goals, choose the goals that you consider the greatest priority and most in line with your calling and gifting. Rememberno more than seven (if you have a JD), and preferably fewer. List these AMP goals on the Annual Ministry Plan worksheet on page Error! Bookmark not defined.
-  - **After listing various possibilities for ministry goals, choose the goals**  that you consider the greatest priority and most in line with your calling and gifting. Remember no more than eight, and preferably fewer. List these AMP goals on the Annual Ministry Plan worksheet. +  - Revise your ministry goals to make them “SMART.” Once you have written your goals, review them to determine whether they fit the criteria below: 
-  - **Revise your ministry goals to make them “SMART”.**  Once you have written your goals, review them to determine whether they fit the criteria below: + 
-      - **S -**Strategic (How clearly does it propel our vision forward?) +S - Strategic (How clearly does it propel our vision forward?) 
-      - ****- Measurable (How will I know when I have completed the goal?) + 
-      - **A -**  Ambitious (a faith-stretch) (Does it require me to depend on God?) +M - Measurable (How will I know when I have completed the goal?) 
-      - ****- Realistic (Do I have some ideas for how I would work toward accomplishing it?) + 
-      - **T -**  Time-bound (Have I set a deadline for completing the goal?) Annual ministry plan goals should be able to be completed within one year. If the goal will take longer than that, divide the goal into smaller chunks and set your goal for this year’s AMP to be just the first one or two pieces of the bigger goal. +A - Ambitious (a faith-stretch) (Does it require me to depend on God?) 
-  - **Give a copy of your Annual Ministry Plan to your supervisor (team leader)**  at the beginning of the year. Your supervisor can help you develop the goals if you are stuckand will help keep you on track during the year. + 
-  - As you accomplish ministry goals during the year, **record what was accomplished**  in the line below each goal statement. Not everything will be accomplished. That is OK. Sometimes, the goal will need to be changed during the year, as circumstances change. This completed AMP report (goals and what was accomplished) should be given to your team leader at the end of the year.+R - Realistic (Do I have some ideas for how I would work toward accomplishing it?) 
 + 
 +T - Time-bound (Have I set a target date for completing the goal?) Annual ministry plan goals should be able to be completed within one year. If the goal will take longer than that, divide the goal into smaller chunks and set your goal for this year’s AMP to be just the first one or two pieces of the bigger goal
 + 
 +  - Determine what you need to learn or what type of coaching you will need to accomplish the goal. This can then become goals in your Individual Growth Plan
 +  - Give a copy of your Annual Ministry Plan to your supervisor (team leader) at the beginning of the year. Your supervisor can help you develop the goals if you are stuck and will help keep you on track during the year. 
 +  - As you carry out ministry goals during the year, record what was accomplished. Not everything will be carried out. That is OK. Sometimes, the goal will need to be changed during the year, as circumstances change. This completed AMP report (goals and what was accomplished) should be given to your team leader at the end of the year.Page Break
  
 ===== Your Individual Growth Plan ===== ===== Your Individual Growth Plan =====
  
-**Why are Individual Growth Plans important?**+==== All SEND members are expected to create an Individual Growth Plan each year ==== 
 + 
 +SEND International desires the personal and professional growth of every member of the mission. We believe that our members are our organization’s greatest resource, and therefore we want to maximize their effectiveness in accomplishing the overall mission of SEND and in bearing fruit in the individual ministries to which we have been called. 
 + 
 +However, IGPs are not only important for SEND. We believe that our ongoing growth and development brings glory to God and cooperates with the ongoing transformative work of the Holy Spirit within us, making us into the image of the Son. If our strengths, skills and even ministry roles are God's gifts to us, then we must be good stewards of those gifts, and seek to develop them to their greatest fruitfulness. Paul tells Timothy, "Do not neglect your gift, which was given you through prophecy when the body of elders laid their hands on you. Be diligent in these matters; give yourself wholly to them, so that everyone may see your progress." - 1 Timothy 4:14–15. 
 + 
 +==== What should I put into my IGP? ==== 
 + 
 +Your IGP should be closely connected to your Annual Ministry Plan. Your IGP can prepare and equip you for the ministry that God is putting before you in the coming year. 
 + 
 +However, not all the IGP goals need to be about preparing ourselves for ministry. The “Missionary Growth Areas” on page 6 lists different growth areas in three major categories. It is important to look at learning holistically. Our calling encompasses all areas of our life, and so we should be considering all areas of our life as possible areas of growth. 
 + 
 +Here are some questions you can ask yourself: 
 + 
 +  - What is the Lord showing me that need to change in my life in this coming year? 
 +  - What do I need to learn so that I can accomplish my ministry goals and fulfill my responsibilities with excellence? 
 +  - Who could I ask to coach/mentor/advise me in the growth areas or the tasks that are before me in the coming year? 
 +  - What could I do to strengthen my understanding of the language and culture of the people I am seeking to engage in ministry in this coming year? 
 + 
 +==== How much time should I devote to my own growth and development====
  
-SEND International desires the personal and professional growth of every member of the mission. We believe that our members are our organization’s greatest resource, and therefore we want to maximize their effectiveness in accomplishing the overall mission of SEND and in bearing fruit in the individual ministries to which we have been called. \\ However, amp_igps are not only important for the sake of the organization. We believe that our ongoing growth and development brings glory to God and cooperates with the ongoing transformative work of the Holy Spirit within us, making us into the image of the Son. If our strengths, skills and even ministry roles are God's gifts to us, then we must be good stewards of those gifts, and seek to develop them to their greatest fruitfulness. Paul tells Timothy, "Do not neglect your gift, which was given you through prophecy when the body of elders laid their hands on you. Be diligent in these matters; give yourself wholly to them, so that everyone may see your progress." - 1 Timothy 4:14–15. \\ In 2013, our SEND Directors’ Council said that all SEND members are expected to create an Individual Growth Plan each year, and the 2014 Directors’ Council reaffirmed this requirement for all members. \\  \\ **What learning activities should I put into my individual growth plan?** \\ Your IGP should be closely connected to your Annual Ministry Plan. Your IGP will prepare and equip you for the ministry that God is putting before you in the coming year. \\ However, not all of the IGP goals need to be about preparing ourselves for ministry. The “Missionary Growth Areas” below lists different growth areas in three different major categories. It is important to look at learning holistically. Our calling encompasses all areas of our life, and so we should be considering all areas of our life as possible areas of growth. \\ Be creative. Think of people you might interview, books you want to read, places you might want to visit, sermons you want to listen to or mentors/coaches you want to ask for help. Invite others, including your fellow missionaries and team leaders to suggest learning activities. Look for ideas on the [[:amp_igp|SEND U wiki]], which now includes an index of all resources on the wiki that would pertain to the three major areas of growth. \\ +Learning and growing is never our sole responsibility. Our primary assignment remains our primary assignment. However, we believe that stopping regularly to sharpen the saw will make us more effective in the end. SEND allows us to give 10% of our time for our ongoing growth and development. That would be the equivalent of one morning a week.
- \\ +
-**How much time should I devote to my own growth and development?** \\ Learning and growing is never our sole responsibility. Our primary assignment remains our primary assignment. However, we believe that stopping regularly to sharpen the saw will make us more effective in the end. SEND allows us to give 10% of our time for our ongoing growth and development. That would be the equivalent of one morning a week.+
  
-===== Process of developing your growth plan: =====+==== Process of developing your growth plan: ====
  
-**//(Note: the IGP is best done after you have completed your Annual Ministry Plan for the coming year)//  **+(Note: the IGP is best done after you have completed your Annual Ministry Plan for the coming year)
  
-  - Spend some time in prayer, asking God to direct you as you take a good look at yourself and plan for growth and development in the coming year. Listen to what God is saying to you about where He would like you to grow. +  - Spend some time in prayer, asking God to direct you as you take a good look at yourself and plan for growth and development in the coming year. Listen to what God is saying to you about where He would like you to grow. You might want to use one of the self-assessments in the “[[https://senduwiki.org/_media/helps_for_day_alone_with_god_-_mop_july_2015.pdf#page=15|Helps for Day Alone with God]].” 
-  - Review your Annual Ministry Plan (your ministry goals or those of your team) for the coming year. Then look at your job description as well. Ask yourself the following questions: +  Answer the questions above under “What should put into my IGP? 
-      What training would help me to accomplish my ministry goals and responsibilities more effectively in the coming year? +  - Review the list of [[:igp_-_missionary_growth_areas|Missionary Growth Areas]]. This might give you some more ideas of what could be the focus of growth and learning in the coming year. 
-      What books could I read or which people could I interview in order to understand better the topics I will need to teach in ministry in this coming year? +  - Choose two or three growth areas that you want to prioritize in the coming year. At least one of these should be in a ministry area. Write these on the [[https://sendintl.sharepoint.com/:w:/r/sites/InternationalServices/_layouts/15/Doc.aspx?sourcedoc={75615FC4-D952-4DEA-BA6A-8878E7240D4A}&file=IGP form.docx&action=default&mobileredirect=true|IGP Worksheet]].
-      - What could do to strengthen my understanding of the language, culture, and history of the people I am seeking to engage in ministry in this coming year+
-  - Review the list of Missionary Growth Areas on [[:igp_-_missionary_growth_areas|this page]]. This might give you some more ideas of what could be the focus of growth and learning in the coming year. +
-  - Choose two or three growth areas that you want to prioritize in the coming year. At least one of these should be in a ministry area. Write these on the IGP Worksheet on page 9.+
   - Describe what improvements you would like to see in this area in the second column on the worksheet. What would you like to learn? What would it look like if you were more skilled in this area?   - Describe what improvements you would like to see in this area in the second column on the worksheet. What would you like to learn? What would it look like if you were more skilled in this area?
-  - Choose one to three learning activities that you could do that would help you grow in each of your growth areas. Some examples of possible learning activities could be books you want to read, people you want to interviewresearch projects you want to complete, or seminars you want to attend. Go to the [[:amp_igp|SEND U wiki]] for ideas. If you are stuck, ask a trusted friend, a coach or your team leader for ideas. Put these learning activities in the third column on the worksheet.+  - Choose one to three learning activities that you could do that would help you grow in each of your growth areas. Think of people you might ask for coaching or mentoring, books you want to read, online courses you want to takeconferences you want to attend, or ministries you want to visit and observe. Invite others, including your fellow missionaries and team leaders to suggest learning activities. Go to the [[https://senduwiki.org/amp_igp|SEND U wiki]] for additional ideas. Put these learning activities in the third column on the worksheet.
   - Choose the date (during the coming year) by which you intend to complete this learning activity. It is helpful to stagger the completion dates throughout the year, so that you know what you need to do first, and do not procrastinate until the end of the year to start your learning activities.   - Choose the date (during the coming year) by which you intend to complete this learning activity. It is helpful to stagger the completion dates throughout the year, so that you know what you need to do first, and do not procrastinate until the end of the year to start your learning activities.
-  - Show your completed IGP to your team leader or a trusted friend so that they can encourage you and keep you accountable. +  - Invite someone to be your IGP Encourager (see below) and show them your IGP. This could be your supervisor/ team leader or a trusted friend (so they can encourage you and keep you accountable)
-  - As you complete each learning activity, mark the date on the IGP form. +  - As you complete each learning activity, mark the date on the [[https://sendintl.sharepoint.com/:w:/r/sites/InternationalServices/_layouts/15/Doc.aspx?sourcedoc={75615FC4-D952-4DEA-BA6A-8878E7240D4A}&file=IGP form.docx&action=default&mobileredirect=true|IGP form]]
-  - Reflect on what you have learnedDuring the year, and again just prior to doing another self-assessment at the end of the year, reflect on what you have learned over the past year. You may want to ask a coach to help you identify what you have learned. Use the reflection form on the last page of this guide.+  - Reflect on what you have learnedDuring the year, and again just prior to developing another IGP at the end of the year, reflect on what you have learned over the past year. Your IGP Encourager will also help you identify what you have learned. Use the reflection form on the last page of this guide to record your learning. 
 + 
 + 
 +===== The IGP Encourager role: ===== 
 + 
 +**Purpose:**  The role of the encourager is to walk alongside the IGP owner, being willing to ask purposeful questions that will help the owner maintain steady progress in accomplishing and completing their IGP goals. They help the IGP owner evaluate their progress and when off track, encouraging them to regain momentum.  
 + 
 +**Time Commitment:**   At a minimum, the IGP owner and the encourager need to connect at least once every 3 months. The IGP owner and encourager can agree together to connect more often. The owner needs to remember that the encourager is there to do just that, encourage, not be responsible for the IGP being carried out by the owner.   
 + 
 +**Connection Methods:**   A video meeting on Microsoft Teams, Skype or Zoom, connecting by text chat on Signal or WhatsApp, an email conversation, a phone call or an In-person meeting 
 + 
 +Purposeful Questions for the Encourager to ask the IGP Owner:  
 + 
 +  - What learning activities have you completed since the last time we met?  
 +  - What have you learned from these learning activities?  
 +  - How significant is this learning for you in your current roles and ministries?  
 +  - In what growth area on your IGP have you seen the most progress since we last met?  
 +  - How has God been teaching you recently in areas that you had not included in your IGP for this year?  
 +  - How do you think what you have been learning has been helping you grow as a disciple of Jesus?  
 +  - How do you think what you have been learning has been helping you develop in your ministry confidence and competence?  
 + 
 +More information for guiding the IGP Encourager can be found on SharePoint at [[https://sendintl.sharepoint.com/:w:/r/sites/InternationalServices/_layouts/15/Doc.aspx?sourcedoc={14E2646E-4866-4495-A180-D0494B8D0122}&file=IGP Encourager Role V2.docx&action=default&mobileredirect=true|this link]].
  
 ===== Missionary Growth Areas ===== ===== Missionary Growth Areas =====
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 ===== Forms to fill out ===== ===== Forms to fill out =====
  
-Although the forms are reproduced below, you will want to download the actual forms where you can fill out your AMP and the IGP from the SEND U site on SharePoint or by clicking on these links:+Download the AMP and IGP forms so you can fill out your AMP and the IGP by clicking on these links:
  
-  * [[https://sendintl.sharepoint.com/sendu/_layouts/15/guestaccess.aspx?docid=160bdb2f2fb094e1280f3f8094675850d&authkey=AT3IcX0jvW-8MPRcs8wts4s&e=bda7889de5d34cd19b2540e4d76cdc29|AMP form]] +  * [[https://sendintl.sharepoint.com/:w:/r/sites/InternationalServices/_layouts/15/Doc.aspx?sourcedoc={2C5370C3-6C10-4B43-885A-4331C247F2DE}&file=AMP form.docx&action=default&mobileredirect=true|AMP form]] 
-  * [[https://sendintl.sharepoint.com/sendu/_layouts/15/guestaccess.aspx?docid=11974ce1b19a1408b8944b4a1bcbb1f19&authkey=AeDUVNMZUM9bUgcJCISJSG0&e=433bfc77d5fe48358e5c7b1545c4965b|IGP form]]+  * [[https://sendintl.sharepoint.com/:w:/r/sites/InternationalServices/_layouts/15/Doc.aspx?sourcedoc={75615FC4-D952-4DEA-BA6A-8878E7240D4A}&file=IGP form.docx&action=default&mobileredirect=true|IGP form]]
  
-==== AMP Form ==== +====   ====
- +
-|**Annual Ministry Plan and Progress Report ****for ___(name)__ ** || +
-|**SEND’s 2020 goal: **By December of 2020 to see, 200 new workers (50 from outside of North America) and the engagement of 10 new unreached people groups.|| +
-|**Your team’s AMP goals for _(year)_** |**Date:** | +
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-|**Your AMP goals for _(year)_** |**Date:** | +
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-**Give a copy of your AMP to your supervisor (team leader). A copy of your IGP (following) can also be given to your supervisor, but this is not required.** +
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-==== IGP Form ==== +
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-^  <font 16px/inherit;;inherit;;inherit>**Individual Growth Plan of (name) for (year)**</font>   ^^^^| +
-|**Priorities for growth for the coming year **   |**Improvements you want to see in this area **   |**Learning activities chosen to address this area (1-3 for each priority) **   |**Date you plan to complete the learning activity **   |**Actual completion date **   | +
-|1.  |   | |     | +
-|2.  |   | |     | +
-|3.  |   | |     | +
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-^  Reflection on learning (at end of year)  ^^^| +
-|Priorities for growth for the past year  |Learning activities chosen to address this area  |Significant lessons learned from these learning activities  |Changes you have noticed as a result of your learning this past year  | +
-|1.  |       | +
-|2.  |       | +
-|3.  |       |+
  
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