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Megat on Goal Setting

  1. 1. Goal Setting’jomberubah’MegatZainurulAnuar bin MegatJohariwww.thedreamsoft.commegat@thedreamsoft.com<br />
  2. 2. objectives / objektif<br />We will be cover:<br />what is goal and goal setting<br />characteristics of goals<br />how to break down goals<br />where goal setting can go wrong<br />
  3. 3. leaders …<br /> <br />The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Stephen R Covey (2004)<br />“#2 Begin with the End in Mind”<br />The HP Way, David Packard (2005)<br />“We thought if we could get everyone to agree on what our objectives were and to understand what we were trying to so, then we could turn them loose and they would move in a common direction.“<br />…This is Goal Setting…<br />
  4. 4. goal setting<br /><ul><li>Goal: What an individual is trying to accomplish through his or her behavior and actions.
  5. 5. Goal Setting Theory: A theory that focuses on identifying the types of goals that are most effective in producing high levels of motivation and performance and why goals have these effects.
  6. 6. Goal setting can operate to enhance both intrinsic motivation (in the absence of any extrinsic rewards) and extrinsic motivation (when workers are given extrinsic rewards for achieving their goals).</li></li></ul><li>why goal setting important?<br />They give us a sense of direction.<br />They motivate us to achieve.<br />They make us feel good about ourselves and what we do.<br />They point out strengths.<br />They make us aware of our weaknesses.<br />
  7. 7. why goal setting important?<br />They help us visualize what is important, plan actions, and then a way to carry them out.<br />They help us make decisions.<br />THEY MAKE US REPONSIBLE FOR OUR OWN LIVES – both success and failure.<br />…………you tell me more..?<br />
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  9. 9. define goals-priorities<br />Specific<br />Measurable results<br />Attainable<br />Realistic<br />Target for completion<br />and…. I will tell you more latter…<br />
  10. 10. types of goals<br />Long-term<br />Short-term<br />
  11. 11. what is long term and short term-goal<br />Long Term<br />These goals are the “big picture”<br />Short Term<br />“Stepping stones” to Long Term<br />examples<br />Getting assignments finished<br />Joining a ‘personal safety and self defense’ program<br />Getting a driving license<br />
  12. 12. goals should be...<br />Self-chosen<br />You are much more likely to achieve a goal that you set for yourself than one that has been set for you<br />
  13. 13. goals should be...<br />Moderately difficult<br />A goal that is too hard or too easy will decrease your motivation and won’t show you what you’re really capable of accomplishing. Use what you’ve accomplished in the past as a guide<br />
  14. 14. goals should be...<br />Measurable<br />You’re more likely to keep up if you can see progress toward your goal. For example, getting an “A” on your midterm is measurable progress toward getting an “A” in the class.<br />
  15. 15. goals should be...<br />Realistic<br />Winning a marathon after two weeks of training is an unrealistic goal. Use what you’ve accomplished in the past to set a reasonable goal for the future.<br />
  16. 16. goals should be...<br />Specific<br />Getting an “A” in Math and a “B” in Geography is much more specific than just saying that you would like to get good grades this semester<br />
  17. 17. goals should be...<br />Positive<br />Say what you do want to accomplish instead of what you don’t want to do. “I will attend all classes,” is much better than “I won’t skip any classes.”<br />
  18. 18. goals should be...<br />Flexible<br />If it looks like you can’t reach your original goal, be flexible and redraw your plan<br />
  19. 19. goals should be...<br />Associated with a deadline<br />When do you plan on accomplishing this goal, in a month, day, or year?<br />
  20. 20. goals should be...<br />Written down<br />It will serve as a better reminder to keep you motivated<br />
  21. 21. where goal setting can go wrong<br />When goal setting is disorganized<br />For example, keep personal and academic goals separate <br />
  22. 22. where goal setting can go wrong<br />When goals are unrealistic<br />For example, becoming a company CEO immediately after graduation is an unrealistic goal<br />
  23. 23. where goal setting can go wrong<br />Goals that are ‘beyond’ your control<br />For example, winning the lottery is definitely beyond your control<br />
  24. 24. where goal setting can go wrong<br />When goals are vague<br />For example, “becoming successful” or “becoming a better student” are not clear goals to work toward.<br />
  25. 25. where goal setting can go wrong<br />When you set too many goals<br />At any one time you should focus on achieving only three or four goals<br />
  26. 26. how to break down and achieve goals<br />Refer to the ‘trainer’s document’<br />goal setting-trainer and participant.doc<br />Leading Change on Individual-Trainer and Participant.doc<br />
  27. 27. summary<br />Goals with certain characteristics will enable you to be more successful in goal setting and achievement.<br />Breaking down large goals into parts will help you to see what steps you will need to complete on the way to accomplishing your goal<br />
  28. 28. Personal Goal Setting and Self Development20-35 Minutes<br />MegatZainurulAnuar bin MegatJohari<br />Principal Trainer at Dreamsoft (M) SdnBhd<br />Email: megat@thedreamsoft.com<br />
  29. 29. develop your goal<br />exercise: for workshop participant<br />Take a moment and think about something you want to accomplish in the next 6 months. Can be personal, work, school, whatever domain is salient. Make it YOUR goal, something that REALLY matters to you. <br />Write it down<br />“Frame” it in the following ways:<br />Reasonably difficult- some chance of failure<br />Approach vs. avoidance (something to do; not something to avoid)<br />Clearly measurable<br />Clearly noting what success looks like (specific, time bound)<br />
  30. 30. individual exercise: apply what you’ve learned<br />set an academic or personal goal <br />select one personal or academic long-term goal and break it down to the steps you will need to achieve in the next year, next 6 months, next month, next week, and tomorrow.<br />Refer to the ‘trainer’s document’<br />Activity 1-See Your Future.doc<br />exercise: for workshop participant<br />
  31. 31. develop your goal<br />List 3-5 milestones or “sub-goals” that you will need to accomplish along the way. Maybe draw it in a sequence if you wish. <br />Take a moment and think about what will prevent you from accomplishing the goal. These are obstacles. <br />Write down 3-5 of these obstacles.<br />Write down what you will do to overcome the obstacles<br />Write down who you can have hold you accountable and share this plan with them. <br />exercise: for internet user/public<br />
  32. 32. milestones<br />Make a list of the goals you would like to accomplish<br />____________<br />____________<br />____________<br />____________<br />____________<br />____________<br />____________<br />exercise: for internet user/public<br />
  33. 33. Thank You<br />Your Trainer:BudimanMohdZohid | AkmalZaman Abu | MegatZainurulAnuarMegatJohari<br />

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