Guide about goal setting and orientation

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Guide about goal setting and orientation

  1. 1. HR Department 2012-2013 Why? Goal Setting and Orientation allows us to discover what we want to be in the near/long future, analyze our strengths and weaknesses, look where we are now and finally which opportunities do we have to take in order to get the development we want. And one more thing is that makes us understand how to link our life and our dream with AIESEC. What? (Tool) There are two Goal Setting and Orientation Tools. One is for new members and the other one is for the experienced members. They are given to you and it contains every detail you need. Set a room nicely if you both want in order to be comfortable. And make it last for 1 to 1,5 hour. Both tools are separated by:  Where I want to go (Personal Questions)  Where am I now (Understanding my-self and understanding me in my team - contribution)  How can I go (Opportunities and specific timeline for future aspects) Who to whom? Main driver for Goal Setting: LCVP TM Main responsible for Goal Setting: ALL members Main responsible who run Goal Setting: LCP, LCVPs, TLs LCP to LCVPs LCVPs to their TLs TLs to their TMs
  2. 2. HR Department 2012-2013 When? Goal Setting and Orientation for new members should be done at the begging of their team experience. And Goal Setting and Orientation for experienced members should be done at the begging and at the end of their experience. Process Goal Setting and Orientation for new members should be done after their Team and Individual Plan (at the begging of their team experience). And Goal Setting and Orientation for experienced members should be done at the beginning and at the end of their team experience. In this process we can contain Team and Individual Plan for numerical goals, Goal Setting and Orientation for the personal goals in the team and Mentorship for personal goals in our life. Things to have in mind before doing Goal Setting (Steps):  Train everyone that will do a goal setting  Before starting the Goal Setting the members need to have completed the CAT  Inform from the beginning the member why this process is happening and how long it will take  Have a timeline for your member’s goal setting-Place it at the beginning of their team XP and at the end  Put reminders in order to forward specific opportunities to specific members in order to keep track of their goal setting and their development path.

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