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Understanding how to write goals and the important of having both personal and professional ones.

Understanding how to write goals and the important of having both personal and professional ones.

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  • 1, 2, 3, GOAL! Presented By: Michelle George
  • Questions
    • Why are you here today?
    • Have you ever written out goals?
    • Did you think of short-term and long-term?
    • Did you think of professional and personal goals?
  • Definition
    • A projected state of affairs which a person or a system plans or intends to achieve
    • Generally finite
    • Must activate an action to achieve
    • Tool used for making progress
    • Short or long-term
  • Theory
    • Edward Locke – mid 1960’s
    • Aristotle speculated that purpose can cause action
    • Easily attained =decreased performance
    • Affect performance:
      • Narrow attention directs efforts
      • Inner motivation to meet goal
      • Influences performance
  • Goal Areas
    • Attitude
    • Career
    • Education
    • Family Financial
    • Physical
    • Public Service
  • Personal Goals
    • A goal pertaining to family, finances, relationships, self-growth
    • Internally motivating
    • Naturally evolving
    • Consider personal changes
    • Directly related to self-esteem
    • Require time management and boundaries
  • Professional Goals
    • Typically based on promotion or raise
    • Mentor
    • Engage in continuing education
    • Attend conference
    • Build network
    • Talk with manager
    • Volunteer
  • Organizational Goals
    • Goals of company, teams, departments and individuals
    • Derive profits by making the best quality goods or quality of services available at best possible cost
    • 3 types
      • Consumer goals
      • Product goals
      • Operational goals
  • Tier-Style Goals
    • BIG PICTURE
      • Work- Personal-Finances-Exercise
        • Promotion- Pay increase
        • Have a child
        • Increase 401k investment
        • Walking
          • Start-End- Amount- Specifics
  • Creating Goals
    • Deal with any guilt
    • Resolve inner conflict
    • Clarity
    • Measure pride
    • SMART
  • Goal Success
    • Visualize success
    • List
    • Time management
    • Commitment
    • Prioritize
    • Frequent review and
    • reassessment
  • Benefits
    • Provide focus
    • Give direction
    • Define purpose
    • Long-term vision
    • Short-term motivation
    • Organize resources
    • Provide measurable progress and achievement
    • Easily spot distractions
    • Builds confidence
  • SMART Goals
    • Specific
    • Measurable
    • Achievable
    • Realistic
    • Time-Oriented
      • I want to lose 20 pounds
      • I want to lose 20 pounds over the next 6 months by eating healthy and walking 1 mile every day
  • Roadblocks
    • Negative self-talk
    • External motivation
    • Ego
    • Self-Esteem
    • Procrastination
    • Poor decision-making
  • BHAG
    • Big Hairy audacious goal = vision
      • Clear and compelling unifying focal point and being a catalyst for teamwork
    • Examples
      • Google : Organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful
      • Boeing : Bet the pot on the B-17, 707 and 747
  • S.W.O.T
    • Strengths
    • Weaknesses
    • Opportunities
    • Threats
      • Generally completed before goals in order to prevent failure
  • Feedback
    • Process of sharing concerns and suggestions with the intention of improvement
    • Positive or negative
    • Should be clear and concise
    • Should motivate
    • Enhance communication
  • Motivation
    • Set of reasons one engages in particular behaviors
    • Internal- capable of being controlled
      • Motivated by self
    • External- incapable of being controlled
      • Motivated by money, food, or some other external force (i.e. level of cheer by crowd)
  • Backward Goal Setting
    • If you want to become an executive manager in five years what experience do you need? How will you get it?
    • If you want to pay off your credit cards in three years how much are your monthly payments?
    • If the team needs to reorganize the company’s identity within the year what projects will need to be completed?
  • Goal Setting Tips
    • State goals in a positive statement
    • Make goals SMART
    • Write goals
    • Set priorities
    • Make them performance goals NOT outcome goals
    • 1-3-5-10
  • Resources
    • 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
            • ~ Stephen Covery
    • The Magic Lamp: Goal Setting for People Who Hate Setting Goals
            • ~ Keith Ellis
    • Goal Setting 101 : How to Set and Achieve a Goal!
            • ~ Gary Ryan Blair
    • www.mindtools.com
    • http://www.joesgoals.com/
    • www.mygoalmanager.com