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Self management goal-setting_and_action_planning

  1. 1. Goal Setting andAction Planning
  2. 2. Goal Setting
  3. 3. Goal Setting• Establish a goal
  4. 4. Goal Setting• Establish a goal• Set a specific deadline
  5. 5. Goal SettingGoals need to be clearly defined.
  6. 6. Goal Setting Criteria• Specific
  7. 7. Goal Setting Criteria• Specific• Measurable
  8. 8. Goal Setting Criteria• Specific• Measurable• Achievable
  9. 9. Goals - SpecificMake sure your goal reflects what youwant to accomplish and where youwant to go.
  10. 10. Goals - MeasurableMake sure you can quantify your results.
  11. 11. Goals - AchievableMake sure your goal is focused and canbe completed in a specific time frame.
  12. 12. Goal SettingLink your goals to your company’svision and mission.
  13. 13. Types of Goals
  14. 14. Types of Goals• Project goal
  15. 15. Project GoalA discrete plan you undertake thathas a deadline. Can range from1 week to 12 months.
  16. 16. Types of Goals• Project goal• Performance goal
  17. 17. Performance GoalAgreed-upon objectives that areexpected to be reached within aspecific time frame.
  18. 18. Types of Goals• Project goal• Performance goal• Developmental goal
  19. 19. Developmental GoalA personal goal for developingon-the-job skills.
  20. 20. Types of Goals• Project goal• Performance goal• Developmental goal• Ongoing goal
  21. 21. Ongoing GoalGoal that must be met continuously.
  22. 22. Types of Goals• Project goal• Performance goal• Developmental goal• Ongoing goal• Urgent goal
  23. 23. Urgent GoalUnexpected, last-minute tasks thatmust be done immediately.
  24. 24. Goal Setting Rules
  25. 25. Goal Setting Rules• Know what you want to do
  26. 26. Goal Setting Rules• Know what you want to do• Set a deadline
  27. 27. Goal Setting Rules• Know what you want to do• Set a deadline• Plan what you will do
  28. 28. Goal Setting Rules• Do what you have to do
  29. 29. Goal Setting Rules• Do what you have to do• Document what you do
  30. 30. Goal Setting Rules• Do what you have to do• Document what you do• Evaluate what you do
  31. 31. Types of Motivation
  32. 32. Types of Motivation• Challenge
  33. 33. ChallengeSucceeding at particularly hard tasks.
  34. 34. Types of Motivation• Challenge• Control
  35. 35. ControlBeing the lead of a project.
  36. 36. Dealing with Obstacles
  37. 37. Internal Obstacles• Procrastination
  38. 38. Internal Obstacles• Procrastination• Stress
  39. 39. Internal Obstacles• Procrastination• Stress• Lack of time management
  40. 40. Internal Obstacles• Procrastination• Stress• Lack of time management• Anger
  41. 41. External ObstaclesProblems beyond your control.
  42. 42. Dealing with Obstacles• Reevaluate your plan
  43. 43. Dealing with Obstacles• Reevaluate your plan• Keep what works
  44. 44. Dealing with Obstacles• Reevaluate your plan• Keep what works• Go around the obstacle
  45. 45. Action Planning
  46. 46. Think ItDecide what you want to accomplishand determine your objective.
  47. 47. Write ItWrite out your goals and action steps.
  48. 48. Speak ItTell co-workers and your managerabout your goals.
  49. 49. Complete ItSet completion dates for each taskin your plan.
  50. 50. PWR = Plan > Work > Results
  51. 51. Plan – Work - ResultsSet your goal to be specific, measurableand realistic.
  52. 52. Plan – Work - ResultsPlan for internal and external obstacles.
  53. 53. Plan – Work - ResultsFollow through with your plan andevaluate your results.
  54. 54. Prioritizing Actions
  55. 55. Prioritizing ActionsImmediate – Actions you mustdo right away or you’ll sufferserious consequences.
  56. 56. Prioritizing ActionsImportant - Actions near the top ofyour priority list.
  57. 57. Prioritizing ActionsRegular – The maintenance and clericaltasks that need to be done consistently.
  58. 58. Prioritizing ActionsTime Wasters – Actions you do to avoidworking toward your goal.
  59. 59. Goal Setting andAction Planning

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