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Career Development: Creating an Action Plan with Design Thinking

Sarah Prevette, Entrepreneur & Speaker

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6 Lessons (27m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:15
    • 2. Why Design Thinking

      3:29
    • 3. Step 1: Self-Diagnostic

      7:23
    • 4. Step 2: Situational Analysis

      5:37
    • 5. Step 3: Create an Action Plan

      5:04
    • 6. Final Thoughts

      3:32
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Project Description

Use the class worksheets to create your action plan!

Print out the three class worksheets and grab a sharpie — this project is all about finding the strategic actions you can focus on to help you reach the next step in your career. By applying the principles of Design Thinking to your work, you’ll be able to take a step back and create an objective, actionable plan. Things to consider:

  • Be truthful. Take a step back to consider your strengths and weaknesses from others’ point of view.
  • Don’t make assumptions. Where possible, base your work on research and concrete interactions with those around you.
  • Be specific. Include due dates, metrics, and specific targets when writing your goals.

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