Written goals help you to set your priorities, identify opportunities and recognize areas for improvement. Without well-defined goals, we tend to focus on too many small things, procrastinate, experience stress and generally be less productive. This learning experience shows you how to write clear and actionable goals.
This course is full of activities enabling all participants to practice creating and revising their own goals and can be customized for unique business groups or applications within an organization through an advance review of writing samples. It can be delivered in various formats (virtual, face-to-face, “lunch and learn, etc. ). Facilitators deliver the course using the MeetingSphere collaboration software platform which enables a “hands on” approach ensures a highly interactive and engaging learning experience.
Apply models and techniques for writing work-performance goals that help you achieve results
Write different types of goals for different purposes
Recognize common goal-writing mistakes and know how to fix them
Pre-work – understanding participant’s past experience in writing goals
Writing three types of goals: business, project and personal development
Applying the ‘SMART’ goals framework in practical ways
Making goals action-oriented
Focusing on the outcome you want to achieve in every goal you write
Improving goals that you use in performance appraisals
Demonstrating how well-written goals can improve the delegation of work
Who Should Attend
Anyone who writes goals for business purposes
Fields of Study
Communications and Marketing
Business Learning Institute
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