Goal Setting Presentation for
Supervisors and Managers in your
Seven Key Beliefs of High Achievers
From “Change your life in seven days Paul McKenna”
There is no such thing as failure only feedback
You already have all the resources you need to
You can accomplish anything if you break the task
down into small enough chunks
You are not broken, you do not need to be “fixed”
If what you are doing isn’t working do something else
There are no problems only opportunities
You are creating your future now.
What is the difference between a Dream and
Answer: A Timeline
Discuss personal skills and abilities
People in your life
A concrete shed out the back
Spare computer equipment in your home.
Very friendly personality
Can hang 50 spoons from your face
Identify appropriate future goals and
opportunities for development & devise
simple personal action plans to meet
personal development needs
How would you react to the following
Your work is not good enough yet
We don’t like the overall design of your work
I’m afraid you haven’t got what it takes to
make it this line of business.
What is the point of you doing this job, its
Pointers on Advice received
Who is giving the advice
Why might they have this particular opinion
Have they any ulterior motive
Are they qualified to make such a judgement
Will improvements help me to succeed.
Is the person trying to help or hinder me
What makes this persons opinion more valid
than my own opinion.
Effective goals share the following
1. Owned by those affected
5. Given Deadlines
8. Why ???????????
If the reason why is strong enough a how or means to succeed will be more motivated
Discuss the need to be flexible in
order to meet the demands of daily
Explain the qualities necessary in maintaining
flexibility to meet daily changes
To some degree or another, we all get
stressed out by change and here the
You feel as if life is moving too fast.
You find it hard to switch gears when things don?t
happen as planned.
You feel you are on overload ? the pressure feels too
You feel panicked about whether you can handle it all.
You can?t think straight ? there?s just too much
information to process or emotion to experience.
You?d give anything to take a break, but don?t feel you
Here are six qualities you need to "surf the waves of
change" (or what we need to be "response-able") and
ways to develop each one:
1. Energy: Stay rested to keep your batteries charged. This way change doesn?t find you running on empty. We
all need an energy reserve, just as much as we need an emergency fund in the bank.
2. Creativity: Find ways to get the creative juices flowing on a daily basis ? draw, paint, sing, dance, set your
spirit free! Creativity requires freedom of expression, and that requires practice.
3. Mental clarity: Learn a way to get centered. Find a way that works for you ? there are lots of resources to help
you with this. For some, it may be a walk in nature, meditation, prayer. Practice something at least a few
minutes daily so that you live a more centered life and can call upon your special technique when needed.
4. Inner Calm: Learn to relax. If you do this one thing, the rest will follow! There are lots of ways to learn this all
important skill ? find one that works for you and start it right away.
5. Stability: Devote time to building strong foundations in your life on all levels ? physical, mental, emotional
and spiritual ? so that the waves of change don?t throw you completely off kilter. Developing the other five
qualities mentioned here increase your inner stability, but this also needs to be reflected in stable and
supportive relationships, health, finances, and even daily routines.
6. Flexibility: Stretch whenever you can, both your body and your mind. Try new activities and develop new
skills. Expose yourself to different cultures and ways of thinking ? you can incorporate what?s useful to you and
discard what doesn?t suit you. You?ll find you become more flexible and versatile. Read different kinds of
books, watch different kinds of movies, and whatever you do stretch your body regularly.
Evaluate the concept of Management
by Objectives (MBO)
“(MBO) is a process of agreeing upon
objectives within an organization so that
management and employees agree to the
objectives and understand what they are in
The term "management by objectives" was
first popularized by Peter Drucker in his 1954
book 'The Practice of Management'.
Some of the important features and
advantages of MBO are:
Motivation – Involving employees in the whole process of goal
setting and increasing employee empowerment increases
employee job satisfaction and commitment.
Better communication and Coordination – Frequent reviews and
interactions between superiors and subordinates helps to
maintain harmonious relationships within the enterprise and also
solve many problems faced during the period.
Clarity of goals – With MBO, came the concept of SMART goals i.e.
goals that are:
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