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Goal Settings for Results [Shared]
Transcript of Goal Settings for Results [Shared]
You are assessed on your results
Your results = Results of the team
The faster the results, the more
3 Criteria of a high performing team:
Fast track results
Goal Setting and Results
Motivates because it brings:
Focus because it brings:
Accountability because it brings:
Fast track because:
People will go above and beyond
Propels the team’s results forward
5 Steps to Effective Goal Setting
Focus and clarity
What are we doing?
The aim is getting results
Be on the right track
It helps motivate
How many do we want to reach?
Not too easy, not too high
Create balance between self-confidence and growth
How will we reach this?
Contribution, one of the most fulfilling feeling
Tie your goal in the business goals
Why are we doing this?
Everyday has a tomorrow or a next month.
No deadlines foster procrastination
When do we want this done by?
Stretching but realistic
Goal Setting for Intangible Outcomes
Easy when we can use numbers
What with: Communication, Engagement, Leadership…
Important aspects of success
“[…]no such things as un-measurable[…]”
Understand: measure, meaning or techniques
4 ways to measure intangibles:
For what purpose?
Use your senses
Ask others (staff, clients, stakeholders..) before and after
Use number scales (e.g.: 1 to 5)
Compare the difference
For what purpose?
Until you describe a measurable outcome
Establish success criteria:
What would success look like?
Difference between no success and success?
Using your senses:
More for personal goals.
When you "just know”
See, hear, feel.
Establish success criteria
2 Very Important Rules
Always write in positive.
Always measure the starting point.
Time to Shine!
Review and understand the goals of your business
Set goals as a team
Write the goals in SMART format
Find a project coordinator
Set personal goals about this program