Individual Development Plans (IDP)
Individual Development Plan (IDP) completion is voluntary; however, it may be an eligibility requirement for funding through the Staff & Organizational Development Office. It is available online, so that you may enter information and save it, at multiple sessions if you desire. Please note It is best to allow pop-ups while working with your IDP. (Note to Mac users: Firefox browser works better than Safari)
To complete your IDP online:
- Log into My JCCC
- Select JCCC Applications located in the list in the gray box to the right
- Under the General arrow located on the left, Select Individual Dev. System
- You must PRINT your IDP, sign and date it. (Supervisor’s signature optional)
You may scan it as a pdf file and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or send the hard copy to Staff and Organizational Development, RC 152 Campus Mail Box 35. It will be scanned electronically and then returned to you.
- S.M.A.R.T. Goals Checklist
- Self-Assessment Resources
- Professional Development Resources
- Personal Development Resources
- Additional Resources
For further information please call ext. 7654 or e-mail email@example.com
KCPDC Supervisor Certification
KCPDC Supervisor Certification is a program developed by the Kansas City Professional Development Council (KCPDC) for supervisors at institutions of higher education in the Eastern Kansas and Western Missouri area. The content is appropriate for both faculty and non-faculty supervisors. The program consists of a group of core and elective sessions. Each four-hour session is hands-on and interactive; simulations and skill practices will be used when possible. The content is practical yet generic enough to apply to a variety of higher education environments. Upon completion of the seven core classes and an additional elective session, participants will receive a certificate from the Kansas City Professional Development Council.
Registration is FREE. Course offerings appear in the Staff Development Class Search. Enter ZPDC in the search field. You may register through MyJCCC using your selected CRNs.
KCPDC also offers special topics, an annual supervisory and staff focused conference, a faculty development program and an annual faculty focused conference.
JCCC offers a year-long Leadership Program. The goal of the program is to enhance leadership qualities, characteristics, and skills for those aspiring to advance into higher leadership positions.
Leadership Institute Program participants are full-time salaried, hourly supervisors, or bargaining unit faculty members and must meet the following minimum requirements
- Minimum of three years’ employment at JCCC
- Current IDP or portfolio
- Commitment to attend sessions
- Actively participate in sessions
- Have expressed interest in career development and advancement
- Master’s degree preferred
- Completion of KCPDC Supervisory Development Certificate or equivalent preferred
- Click here for the JCCC Leadership Institute Application Form
The leadership program is a cohort model from a pool of applicants. Additional leadership development opportunities are available. For further information please call ext. 7654 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find upcoming sessions related to Personal Development, enter ‘ZPER’ as a keyword search on the Staff Development Open/Closed Class List.
Funding for personal development training outside of Staff Development is available through the One Time Continuing Education Opportunity once per fiscal year. For additional information please call ext. 7654 or email email@example.com.
In addition to the open-session training opportunities listed on the schedule of events, we design customized workgroup training. This allows us to focus results on the specific training needs of your workgroup.
Your workgroup might be interested in Strengths. The strengths journey involves taking the StrengthsQuest assessment, engaging in discussion and activities with your colleagues and personal reflection on your talents and how to fully develop them to become strengths. Let us help you and members of your workgroup discover your individual top five talents and how to leverage them for maximum individual and team effectiveness.
Your workgroup might be interested in DiSC. The DiSC journey involves taking an assessment to identify your preferred workstyle. It continues by engaging in discussion and activities with your colleagues and personal reflection. Let us help you and members of your workgroup learn how to leverage workstyles for maximum individual and team effectiveness.
To find upcoming sessions related to Professional Development, enter ‘ZPRO’ as a keyword search on the Staff Development Open/Closed Class List.
For additional information, please call ext. 7654 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.