Your learning target should be something that you should be able to do that you couldn’t do before. Or something you should know that you didn’t know before.
You might need to work on your behaviour, your skills or your experience. There is a four-step process to help you to identify your learning target.
A learning target can fall into a number of different categories.
Learning targets will help you to focus on the specific areas that can improve your performance. Discussing your learning target with your line manager means they can help you to develop your skills and check your plan will deliver the outcomes you are hoping to achieve.
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