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Goal Setting

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heidy abdulkerim

on 9 March 2016

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Transcript of Goal Setting

Your Vision & Goals
Goal Setting
Many of us have heard or learned about the SMART objectives; specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time bound

Those factors are essential but are not the only factors we need to consider when it comes to goal setting and achieving
Locke's Goal-Setting Theory
Locke's research into goal setting and motivation gave us our modern understanding of goal setting

His research showed the more difficult and specific a goal is, the harder people tend to work to achieve it because it feels more satisfying to accomplish a difficult goal

Specific and challenging (but not too challenging) goals led to higher performance than easy, or "do your best," goals
About Locke's Goal Setting Theory
His research summed five goal setting principles that can improve our chances of success:

Task complexity

Locke's Five Principles
1) Clarity: Write down your goals and use SMART to be detailed. Once you've set your goal, examine how it makes you feel. Are you excited? Does the challenge motivate you?

2) Challenge: Is it challenging enough to spark your interest? Challenging goal help you develop self dicispline to work through any difficulty

3) Committed: Stay committed through visualization. Imagine how your life is going to be once your goal is achieved?
Locke's Five Principles
Locke's Five Principles
4) Feedback: Getting feedback allows you to see how you are progressing and adjust the difficulty of your goals. What has and hasn't worked?

5) Task Complexity: Give yourself time to accomplish complex goals. Set deadlines that apply an appropriate amount of pressure, while still being achievable.

*if you start feeling stressed, they might be too complex.
*break them down into smaller sub-goals

Goal Setting Activity!
Split into groups

Set 30-day goals,1-year goals, 5-year goals

Fill out a goal setting worksheet

Discuss in groups with your team leader!
Goals and Why do we set them?
What is your vision? What are your goals?
Get thinking!
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