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  • 1. Setting Goals Why should you set goals for yourself? Why is it important to define goals?
  • 2. Why Should You Set Goals For Yourself?Goals... determine the direction of your actions
  • 3. Why Should You Set Goals For Yourself?Goals... determine the direction of your actions help you to stay on top of things
  • 4. Why Should You Set Goals For Yourself?Goals... determine the direction of your actions help you stay on top of things help you focus on the more important things
  • 5. Why Should You Set Goals For Yourself?Goals... determine the direction of your actions help you stay on top of things help you focus on the important things answer the question “Why do I do what I do?”
  • 6. Why Should You Set Goals For Yourself?Goals... determine the direction of your actions helps you stay on top of things helps you focus on the important things answer the question “Why do I do what I do?” serve to monitor success
  • 7. Setting Goals...based on time framesYou need to differentiate… Long – Term Goals Medium – Term Goals Short – Term Goals
  • 8. Setting Goals...based on time framesYou need to differentiate  Include, for example, your professional career and retirement plans.  Continue throughout numerous years Long – Term Goals  Are visionary but realistic Medium – Term Goals Short – Term Goals
  • 9. Setting Goals...based on time framesYou need to differentiate  e.g. operative goals that are specific for a department of a large corporation (yearly and/or quarterly goals) Long – Term Goals Medium – Term Goals Short – Term Goals
  • 10. Setting Goals...based on time frames  Are related to short-term andYou need to differentiate reasonable time periods. For example, it could be as short as the successful completion of the e-learning course. Long – Term Goals Medium – Term Goals Short – Term Goals
  • 11. Setting Goals...based on time frames Please take a look at the goals that you wrote down on the worksheet: Are they long-term goals, medium- or short-term goals? Mark each of your goals with an L, an M or an S (for long, medium or short)!