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The career growth plan creates a spirit of accountability by documenting your responsibility in making the future happen. You can take these steps to develop your career growth plan
You should start the process by assessing your skills, strengths, and areas the at need development. It is prudent to take a realistic look at your current abilities. If possible use a multi-rater feedback survey or just ask your manager, peers, teachers, family, friends for feedback. After this, outline your long-term objectives, as yourself these three questions
Start by identifying career and personal opportunities and select the ones that interest you. Once you are done with the possibilities, identify developmental needs by comparing skills and strengths with those needed for the career choice you have selected. Don't try to boil the ocean, prioritize tour developmental area to prepare for a discussion with your manager.
A growth plan maps out the general path and helps match skills/ strengths to career choices, please remember this is a living document; needs and goals will undoubtedly evolve over time. The aim is to identify areas for development and provide ways and means to address each of these areas. You can use these steps
Once you are done with documenting your career growth plan, it can be laid out as a matrix of Areas of development, Activities, and methods used to perform them, Frequency of activities performed and desired learning outcomes. Last but not the least the plan must include the ownership matrix, i.e., to be completed by and review dates and the person responsible for it (you or your manager).