[NEW] Strategic Goal Setting and Planning for Success

[NEW] Strategic Goal Setting and Planning for Success

475.00

Delivery Method: In-Person | Duration: Full Day

Overview

Goal Setting from Start to Finish takes anyone from the idea generation phase all the way through goal realization and setting the goal into motion. Everyone says it’s a good idea to have goals. This course teaches the “beyond the norm” skillset that research shows are most successful. Setting a good goal is the first step to success.

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Skills covered in this course
Coaching Developing Others Strategy

GSA Checkout → GSA

Course ID: B2811

Duration: Full Day (9:00 am- 4:00 pm PST)

Location: In-Person, San Francisco | Click here to schedule private course. 

Overview

Goal Setting from Start to Finish takes anyone from the idea generation phase all the way through goal realization and setting the goal into motion. Everyone says it’s a good idea to have goals. This course teaches the “beyond the norm” skillset that research shows are most successful. Setting a good goal is the first step to success.

+ Who Should Attend

Leaders, managers, and team members who want to achieve more and look great.

+ Course Outline

Understanding Goal Setting

  • Modern Goal Setting Theory
  • Deliverables vs. Methods vs. Goals

Creating Goals

  • Align Goals with the Organization
  • Brainstorm Goals with SWOT
  • Set SMART Goals
  • Digging Deeper on Measuring
  • Craft an Effective Goal Statement
  • Goals Gone Wild
  • Get SMARTER
  • Goal Creation Step-By-Step

Planning for Success

  • Identify the Obstacles
  • Step-by-Step Action Plan
  • Use a Premortem to Identify Risks
  • Increase the Probability of Success

The Neuroscience of Goals

  • The Science of Getting Pumped Up
  • Your “Creative Action Brain”
  • The Science of Visualization

+ Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

+ Certifications

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