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Goal Setting (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation 150 slides with Participant Handouts


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Goal Setting (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation
150 slides with Participant Handouts

Goal Setting involves establishing specific, measurable and time targeted objectives. Like setting personal goals, setting business goals provides us with direction and motivation. This involves setting the right goals that will keep your business on track rather than derail it.

PowerPoint Presentation Content Slides Include:

Definition/s of goals and goal setting
Learning objectives for this presentation
4 reasons why people do not set goals
5 points of view and their perception versus reality
7 types of goals, 11 points on developing goals
7 steps for goal setting and 10 benefits of goals
5 points on performance goals
and 4 overarching objectives for goal setting
3 points on defining key responsibilities
and 9 principles of goal setting
12 points on performance goals and standards
4 slides on goal integration and 2 points on goals versus activities
12 slides on the 5 qualities of goals and 13 slides on the 6 types of goals
10 steps to writing goals and 4 points on goal integration procedure
7 points on goal discussion procedure
16 action steps and much more.

Also included are: 5 diagrams/charts, & 16 high resolution photographs.

Plus 17 Additional New Content Pages:

Etymology – Goal / (Pages 13-14)
Etymology – Setting / (Page 15)
Types of Goals / (Page 17)
F.R.A.M.E. Your Goals / (Page 18)
The Ideal Self / (Page 19)
How to Set Goals / (Pages 20-23)
Performance Goals – SMART / (Pages 63-66)
Goal Integration Diagram / (Page 134)
Why Goals Fail / (Page 143)
Why Goals Succeed / (Page 144)

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Goal Setting (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation 150 slides with Participant Handouts

  2. 2. 2 Quote Goal Setting “If you don't know where you are going, you're likely to wind up somewhere else!”
  3. 3. 4 What Can Happen (1 of 3) Goal Setting Employees at all levels without work goals often have about as much direction as Alice, which explains why, they sometimes look like they have fallen down rabbit holes and ended up at Mad Hatters’ tea parties. It matters a good deal which way one walks when there’s a goal up ahead to act as a beacon.
  4. 4. 6 What Can Happen (3 of 3) Goal Setting Goals can give employees control over their own jobs and, at the same time, give managers a tool for monitoring their employees’ performance. All this is at no cost to the organization!
  5. 5. 7 Question Goal Setting Why, then, are so many employees either taking it one day at a time or racing on a treadmill that never seems to lead anywhere? And why are they being measured against a subjective scale that often focuses more on how they act than on what they accomplish?
  6. 6. 8 Program Objectives (1 of 2) Goal Setting Know the seven steps for goal setting. Know the six characteristics of goal setting. Be able to correctly write a personal, professional goal. Be able to help a co-worker write a personal, professional goal.
  7. 7. 9 Program Objectives (2 of 2) Goal Setting Spur employees to new achievements. Reward employees with a feeling of success when they reach each goal. Link their actions directly to the objectives of the organization.
  8. 8. 10 What We Can Accomplish Goal Setting “Here we will show managers how to help themselves and employees to set individual, as well as team goals, that contribute significantly to the organization’s productivity and growth.”
  9. 9. A CHALLENGE Please write a definition of G O A L S E T T I N G.
  10. 10. 12 Definition Goal Setting Goal: • The purpose toward which an endeavor is directed; an end; an objective. Goal Setting: • To set or adjust for proper functioning.
  11. 11. 13 Etymology – Goal (1 of 2) Goal Setting The word “goal,” meaning “the end point of a race,” is of unknown origin, yet is thought to be from the Old English word, “gal,” meaning “obstacle” or “barrier.” The word came from the 1530’s, although it was used once before in a poem in the early 14th century. Online Etymology Dictionary
  12. 12. 14 Etymology – Goal (2 of 2) Goal Setting The word was first used in relation to sports as “place where the ball is put to score” in the 1540’s. The meaning, “object of an effort” is also from the 1540’s. Online Etymology Dictionary
  13. 13. 15 Etymology – Setting Goal Setting The word “set” came from the Old English word, “settan,” meaning “cause to sit, put in some place,” or “fix firmly.” The word “setting” was first used in the late 14th century. Online Etymology Dictionary
  14. 14. 16 Why People Do Not Set Goals Goal Setting They do not understand the importance of goals. They do not know how to set goals. They fear rejection. They fear failure.
  15. 15. 17 Types of Goals Goal Setting Immediate goals: One day to one month Long-term goals: One year to ten years or more. Short-term goals: Three months to nine months
  16. 16. 18 F.R.A.M.E. Your Goals Goal Setting • Turn your fantasies into goals.Fantasize • Work hard to turn your fantasies into realities.Reality • Set high, yet realistic goals by balancing fantasy and reality.Aim • Decide which goals you want to accomplish, and define how you will accomplish them.Method • Review your progress and reflect on your successes and failures.Evaluation
  17. 17. 19 The Ideal Self Goal Setting The ideal self is a psychological concept that was developed by Carl Rogers. Envision your ideal self, and make the ideal real. The ideal self is who a person would like to be, and the real self is who they are in reality.
  18. 18. 20 How to set Goals (1 of 3) Goal Setting State each goal positively. “Become more outgoing” instead of “Don’t be so shy.” Be precise. Set dates, time periods, and measurements of success. Set priorities. Give each goal a priority so you can focus on what is most important.