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  1. 1. Goal Setting By. Prof. Akhil Kittur 07/17/141/
  2. 2. CONTENT 07/17/142 • • What is Goal. • Purpose of goal. • What is Goal setting • Types of Goals • Smart Goals • Mistakes in Goal setting • Ways to Improve Goal Setting . • The Benefits of Setting Goals • Examples of goal setting
  3. 3. A goal is: The end towards which effort is directed. Goals are dreams and wants except a goal is more specific. 07/17/143 A Goal
  4. 4. 07/17/144 • To give you something that you want to enhance your life in some way, so the most important thing you need to know about goals is that you ought to have some. The Purpose of Goals
  5. 5. Types of Goals 07/17/145 • Long Term Goals: 10-year, 5-year and 1- year goals • Short Term Goals: goals for the next 9 months, 6 months and 3 months • Immediate Goals: 1-30 days from now
  6. 6. Smart Goals 07/17/146 • Specific goals will help you focus your efforts. For example, a non- specific goal is “I will do better academically.” A specific goal is “I will improve my writing skills by going to the writing center.”
  7. 7. Measurable Goals 07/17/147 • Measurable goals include clear criteria to measure your progress. • For example, a measurable goal may be to “Attend a study group every Tuesday night for the next five weeks.”
  8. 8. Attainable Goals. 07/17/148 Before setting a goal to run a marathon, you may want to set a goal to run five miles. If you set goals which feel too far out of reach, it may be difficult for you to commit to the goal in the long term
  9. 9. Relevant / Realistic goals 07/17/149 Relevant goals are realistic but will still push you to grow. Such goals are challenging but not overwhelming. For example, an unrealistic goal would be to never eat sweets again. A realistic goal is to eat dessert only one day per week
  10. 10. Time-Bound Goals 07/17/1410 Being time-bound means that you set a set frame for your goal.  Your goal is for the next day, week, year, or five years.
  11. 11. Goals Are Not Realistic 07/17/1411
  12. 12. Setting Goals & Then Walking Away 07/17/1412
  13. 13. Setting A “HOW” Goal Instead Of A “WHAT” Goal 07/17/1413 Goals should indicate “what” is to be accomplished—the end in mind—not “how” it should be accomplished
  14. 14. Ways to Improve Goal Setting 07/17/1414 Approach goal-setting as a partnership This is something to be done in partnership with your team member. So the manager needs to know what the employee’s key areas of responsibility are, what is expected in the role, and what they want to see in terms of performance. The key is to have that
  15. 15. Make sure the goal is SMART (or SMMART). 07/17/1415 Anytime you set a goal, objective, or an assignment, you need to make sure that it meets the simple SMART criteria (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time- bound). Hester also believes that there should be a second “M” in the SMART acronym to account for employee Motivation. This means the manager needs to additionally ask, “What is it about this goal that is motivating? What difference does it make in the organization, or to the team, or to the individual employee?”
  16. 16. Diagnose Competence & Commitment Levels 07/17/1416
  17. 17. The Benefits Of Setting Goals 07/17/1417 • Suffer less from stress and anxiety • Concentrate better • Show more self- confidence • Perform better • Are happier
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  19. 19. 07/17/1419 Big picture for the aspect of my life Always in good health, be strong, live to over 80 years old Examples Of Goal Setting Contd..
  20. 20. Examples Of Goal Setting Contd.. 07/17/1420 Specific Goal Statement My goal is to lose 40 pounds 's weight in six months
  21. 21. Examples Of Goal Setting Contd.. 07/17/1421 Measures of Success Now my weight is 180 pounds and my goal is 140 pounds
  22. 22. Examples Of Goal Setting Contd.. 07/17/1422 Reason the goal is important to me I want to be healthy and have strong body.
  23. 23. Examples Of Goal Setting Contd.. 07/17/1423 Task Choose diet. Re-stock kitchen cupboards with appropriate food. Buy a digital scale. Attend one local athletics club and do some exercise.
  24. 24. Examples Of Goal Setting Contd.. 07/17/1424 Time-line for each task Choose diet: One week to research diet Re-stock kitchen cupboards with appropriate food: Two days
  25. 25. Setting Contd.. 07/17/1425 Buy a digital scale: One day Attend one local athletics club and do some exercise: Six month
  26. 26. Examples Of Goal Setting Contd.. 07/17/1426 Require skills and resources Knowledge and advice on weight loss Diet knowledge
  27. 27. Is It A SMART Goal? 07/17/1427
  28. 28. Let’s Do Something! 07/17/1428
  29. 29. Grab Those News Papers & Get Busy Ticking Off Your Liked Ones. 07/17/1429
  30. 30. 07/17/1430 I have the perfect goal setting activity for you……..! Yes, we are going to do some good old- fashioned news papers cutting and create an awesome vision board. Can We
  31. 31. 07/17/1431 Do you want to live in that house? No problem, tick it out. Do you want to marry someone who looks like that? No, problem, tick them out. Do you want to travel to an island like that? No problem, tick it out. You get the idea right? Don’t be afraid to tick pictures. You don’t have to show these pictures to anyone if you don’t want to – they are just for you. Now stick those pictures on a large piece of scrapbook
  32. 32. 07/17/1432 you have your vision board! Spend a few minutes imaging how your life would be if that vision was a reality. Does it make you feel excited? If not, then rip out some pictures and find some better ones
  33. 33. Life Is Like A Cafeteria 07/17/1433 A friend's grandfather came to America from Eastern Europe. After being processed at Ellis Island, he went into a cafeteria in lower Manhattan to get something to eat. him how a cafeteria worked
  34. 34. 07/17/1434 He sat down at an empty table and waited for someone to take his order. Of course nobody did. Finally, a woman with a tray full of food sat down opposite him and informed him how a cafeteria worked Life Is Like A Cafeteria
  35. 35. 07/17/1435 "Start out at that end," she said. "Just go along the line and pick out what you want. At the other end they'll tell you how much you have to pay." Life Is Like A Cafeteria
  36. 36. 07/17/1436 "I soon learned that's how everything works in America," the grandfather told a friend. "Life's a cafeteria here. You can get anything you want as long as you are willing to pay the price. Life Is Like A Cafeteria
  37. 37. 07/17/1437 You can even get success, but you'll never get it if you wait for someone to bring it to you. You have to get up and get it yourself."
  38. 38. 07/17/1438 ANY?
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