Glessa Rose Janolino
Goals and Objectives:
Synthesize learning about self-awareness,
self-regulation, and motivation and
discover how they define an individual’s
Discuss how a concrete mission and vision
translates to performance results.
Compose a personal mission and vision
Do you know why are you here?
Do you know what your missions are?
Have you ever wondered what your
Goals and Goal-Setting
“When we know our goals,
we know what direction to take
in order to fulfill them.”
Goals and Goal-Setting
Goal-setting is a process by which we
identify our goals.
concentrates on how goals
indicate and give direction to an individual
about what needs to be done and how much
effort is required to be put in to achieve a
given task or goal.
Set your goals on at least three (3)
Create a “big picture” of what you want to
do with your life
Break them into smaller or short-term
targets that correspond to steps you must
accomplish to hit your goal
Start working to achieve them
Step 1: Setting Lifetime Goals
Step 2: Setting Smaller Goals
Smaller goals might be to:
– Read books
– Gather information about your higher goals
S – Specific (Significant)
M – Measurable (Meaningful)
A – Attainable (Action-Oriented)
R – Relevant (Rewarding)
T – Time-bound (Trackable)
More Tips for Goal-Setting:
1. State each goal as a positive statement.
2. Be precise.
3. Set priorities.
4. Write those goals down!
5. Keep operational goals (short-term goals)
6. Set performance goals not outcome goals
When we know what our goals are, we
pretty much know what our mission is.
-Goals represent the verbal translation
of your mission.
Objectives are more specific and tangible
compared to goals.
Goals are targets. Objectives
are arrows that help us reach the
target and demonstrate a certain
level of mastery.
Self-determination is the “process of
endorsing one’s actions at the highest level
of reflection” and that, when we are self-
determined, we expectedly experience a
sense of freedom.
Values convictions about what we feel
are important and attractive, advantageous,
Values (mental) guides that determine if
what we envision complements what we
strongly believe in.
Paying due attention to our values helps us:
a. Become more self-aware
b. Make ethical decisions
c. Prioritize our tasks
d. Develop credibility as a leader
D – Draw
(What is the ideal image of the desired end state?)
S – See
(What is the situation today? Are there gaps?)
T – Think
(What actions should be taken to close the gaps?)
P – Plan
(What resources may be utilized to achieve success?)
Change refers to metamorphosis, an
overhaul, a measured difference; but what
is really is just a process of substituting
something old for something new and
A mission statement defines our purpose.
It’s what we ultimately want to achieve in
our lives or careers, and expressed in a
very specific, measurable way. It helps us
identify our core values.
In contrast, a vision statement is a bit more
emotional because it defines our core
values and how we apply these values to
our mission. It also tends to provide the
general directions that guide the course of
our lives, even the choices we would have
to make about our future careers.