PBD

(redirected from Personal Business Development)
AcronymDefinition
PBDPolo-Box Domain (cell biology)
PBDPiano Bass Drums (band)
PBDPartners by Design (various locations)
PBDPower Builder Dynamic Library
PBDProgressive Blog Digest (politics)
PBDPravasi Bharatiya Divas (India)
PBDProgram Budget Decision
PBDPolybutadiene
PBDPermanent Brain Damage (medical condition)
PBDPerformance Based Design
PBDPhi Beta Delta (honor society for international scholars)
PBDPretty Big Deal
PBDPayload Bay Door (US NASA)
PBDPlatform-Based Design
PBDProgram Budget Division (US Army)
PBDPalm Beach Downs (Florida)
PBDPrivacy by Design (UK)
PBDPeroxisome Biogenesis Disorder
PBDPowerbuilder Dynamic Library (software)
PBDProgressive Beer Duty (UK)
PBDPersonal Business Development (various companies)
PBDPost Boogie Depression (skydiving letdown)
PBDPersonal Business Day (various organizations)
PBDProgram Budget Directive
PBDPlant Based Diet
PBDPlace Bearing/Distance (way point)
PBDpairwise balanced design
PBDPost-Baccalaureate Diploma (Canadian University Credential)
PBDParallel Beam Diffractometer (X-Ray diffraction)
PBDPassenger Berth Days (cruises)
PBDProfessional Building Designer
PBDPrice Breakdown
PBDPlans and Budget Division
PBDPublic Buildings Department
PBDPartia Bashkimi Demokrat Shqipëtar (party of democratic union; Kosovo, now LPK)
PBDProbably Been Done
PBDPOETS Bottle Drive
PBDPolski Batalion Dywersyjny (Polish: Polish Diversionary Battalion; gaming)
PBDParallel Block-Decodable
PBDProgram Baseline Document
PBDProduct Baseline Description
PBDProvision for Bad Debts
PBDPrescriptive Building Designs
PBDPot Belly Deli (Concord, CA)
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The program includes six weeks of courses and three weeks of personal business development. The courses are designed to teach people of different ages and assist businesses of all types.
"We have also organised events and provided assistance with their website, not to mention a personal business development plan for guidance with their future careers.
Encourage your employees to have short- and long-term goals for both their personal business development and their departmental standing.