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Goal Settings for Results [Shared]

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Goal Settings for Results
Be Recognised.
Influence.
Succeed.
Leading with
Confidence

Results
You are assessed on your results
Your results = Results of the team
The faster the results, the more
valuable
3 Criteria of a high performing team:
Motivated
Focused
Accountable
Fast track results
Goal Setting and Results
Motivates because it brings:
Contribution
Self-confidence
Focus because it brings:
Clarity
Priority
Accountability because it brings:
Measurement
Beat procrastination
Fast track because:
People will go above and beyond
Propels the team’s results forward
5 Steps to Effective Goal Setting

SMART
S
pecific
M
easurable
A
ppealing
R
elevant
T
ime bound
Step
Specific:
Focus and clarity
What are we doing?
Step
Measurable:
The aim is getting results
Be on the right track
It helps motivate
How many do we want to reach?
Step
Step
Step
Appealing:
Not too easy, not too high
Create balance between self-confidence and growth
How will we reach this?
Relevant:
Contribution, one of the most fulfilling feeling
Tie your goal in the business goals
Why are we doing this?
Time bound:
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
Douglas Hubbard
“[…]no such things as un-measurable[…]”
Understand: measure, meaning or techniques
4 ways to measure intangibles:
Survey
For what purpose?
Use your senses
Survey:
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!
Actions
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
Overview
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