Goal Setting – Turning the intangible into results
Don’t we use these terms effectiveness and efficiency quite a lot of times? Do you think they are interchangeable? The answer is no. Mostly the focus is towards efficiency. It is doing something quicker or doing a lot in given time. While efficiency is important, but more critical is effectiveness. It is effectiveness that takes us closer to our goals.
Effectiveness is personal and it is specific to the goals whereas efficiency is universal. Effectiveness makes sure that we move closer to the goals and also the work we do takes towards it. The professional world is all about effectively setting and achieving goals.
- Do you find it difficult to frame your interests into proper goals?
- Do you like to frame a good working strategy to achieving your goals?
- Is there a difficulty in understanding the different things that contribute to achieving goals?
- Do you like to visualize your goals?
- Do you wish to create a plan and formulate it to reach goals?
- Do you want to align your goals and aspirations with the organization to achieve excellence?
If your answer to these questions is “yes”, then Goal Setting – Turning the intangible into results is just for you.
The main focus of the program is to help employees understand the importance of having a proper goal and strategies to execute it. Gaining a perspective of this would enable individuals to frame realistic goals that promote effective functioning and overall excellence.
Goal Setting – Turning the intangible into results is based on experiential learning using online pre-work, engaging facilitation, and online follow-up to create a personalized learning experience. Based on best practices, the program connects aspects of goal setting with personal and organizational excellence and satisfaction.
- Creating a structure to frame effective goals
- Transforming the plans into action
- Understanding the importance of time management
- Remembering the role of motivation in goal setting
- Learning to be confident in one’s plan of action
|Session Name||Brief Overview|
|Introductions||Participants are introduced to the entire structure of the course and their commitment reaffirmed.|
|Taking through goal setting||Understanding the importance of goal setting, attributes, and the goal orientation process.|
|Goal setting theory||Gaining a perspective of the components of goal setting: self-efficiency and goal commitment.|
|Stages of goal setting||Talks about five different principles associated: clarity, commitment, challenge, feedback and task complexity.|
|SMART goals||This guides audience how to frame effective goals. Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Time bound.|
|Time management||The different benefits of managing time effectively in the process of attaining goals are discussed.|
|Bottom up processing||Effectiveness of planning from the major goal to the immediate steps are explained through an activity|
|Evaluating progress||Constant check or feedback about the progress should be made available to ensure the effectiveness.|