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Goal Setting. Presented BY Sharon Thornton Knop Chrysalis Professional Development Service. Goal Setting Video. Video. TOPICS. Create an understanding of Success & Goal Setting Develop long- term and short- term goals based on Mission/Vision

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goal setting

Goal Setting

Presented BY

Sharon Thornton Knop

Chrysalis Professional Development Service

topics
TOPICS
  • Create an understanding of Success & Goal Setting
  • Develop long-term and short-term goals based on Mission/Vision
  • Learn how to create SMART goals and action plans
  • Create an understanding of whyrelationship building is important to achieving goals
  • Learnstrategies for stayingcommitted to goals and overcomingsetbacks
what is success1
What is success?
  • What matters to us(our values) (or company values/mission)
  • What we want to achieve (our objectives)
  • How we will achieve it (our plans)
  • And, How we will monitor our progress (our measurement)
steps to making a goal a reality
Steps to making a Goal a Reality

Values Mission Goals Plan

mission statement
Mission Statement
  • Our purpose and direction
  • What we want to be remembered for
  • Reflects what makes us happy
  • Is in alignment with what we value
  • Challenges and inspires us
steps to making a goal a reality1
Steps to making a Goal a Reality

Values Mission Goals Plan

when we achieve our goals
When we achieve our goals:
  • We strengthen ourselves and build our confidence
  • Make ourselves more employable
  • Become a stronger asset to our organization
eat that frog by brian tracy
Eat that Frog, by Brian Tracy

Rule:

Long-term thinking improves short-term decision making

smart goals are
SMART Goals are:
  • S - Specific
  • M - Measurable
  • A - Attainable
  • R - Results Oriented
  • T - Timely
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Specific

GeneralSpecific

To bring in more business To increase my sales by 10%

To learn more To get an MBA by Fall 2013

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Measurable

GeneralSpecific

To paint my house. To paint four rooms during the

first quarter and three during the 2ndquarter of 2013.

To improve my work To create 5 new strategies for

processes. streamlining my work processes by March 1, 2013.

achievable
Achievable
  • Act in a local production by the end of the year.
  • Be a star on Broadway in 3 months.
results oriented
Results Oriented
  • Establish a Talent Center which will allow Company XYZ to pivot employees to new roles in order to meet business demands.
  • Ensure production schedule is updated daily in order to guarantee lines have parts and meet consumer demand for products.
timely
Timely
  • By the end of the reporting period, complete a report of competitor advertising expenses which will allow XYZ to measure competitiveness in the marketplace.
  • At least twice during the 1st quarter, complete a personal development training course related to communications in order to become a public speaker.
questions to ask
Questions to ask:
  • What?
  • Why?
  • When?
  • How will you know it is not met/met/exceed?
formula for writing smart goal
Formula for writing SMART goal

To (verb)(subject), by(deadline/timeframe), (Why)

Example: To earn an MBA by December of 2015 for the purpose of obtaining a new position.

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Goal:

To get a promotion

To get a buy a new house

To become an expert in my field

action plans
Action Plans
  • Planning allows us to think about the steps, resources, and strategies that we will need to achieve each goal.
example
EXAMPLE
  • Goal: To plant a vegetable garden by the end of May 2013, in order to grow our own food to save on grocery bills.
  • Action Plan:

Activity Due Date Assigned

Buy Seed 4/15/2013 SK

Till Garden 5/1/2013 BK

Plant seeds 5/8/2013 SK

Water weekly SK/BK

keeping committed
Keeping Committed
  • How much do I want to achieve my goal?
  • How hard am I willing to work for it?
relationship building
Relationship Building
  • Being Enthusiastic
  • Building Trust by Keeping Commitments
  • Becoming Genuinely Interested in Other People
  • Listening More – Talking Less
how do we measure progress
How do we Measure Progress?
  • Establish a baseline and measure achievement against it
  • Seek Feedback from Others
  • Identify Barriers to Success
  • Re-evaluate the Goal
successful goal setting
Successful Goal Setting

Identify Values Write Mission

Determine SMART Goals

Develop Action Plans

Measure Success Re-evaluate

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“What lies behinds us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us”.

Oliver Wendell Holmes