Goal Setting, Communication and Conflict Training -1 DAY
All successful people are goal orientated.
The achievement of a worthwhile and valuable goal is the definition of success. Since you cannot achieve a goal that you have never set, the first step to greater achievement is the setting of clear and distinct goals. And then, because you need the cooperation of others to achieve the goal, you need to be able to properly communicate the goal to all those who need to know. So developing your communication skills is very important.
The third part to success is the ability to give constructive criticism, and be able to correct people without upsetting them, and thus losing their cooperative spirit.
So, we need to learn how to set goals, how to communicate them to others, and how to maintain a cooperative spirit in the team, especially during tough times.
Your skill at defining goals, and gaining the cooperation of enough people to help you to achieve them, is the measure of your success.
If you want to improve your effectiveness in the areas of achieving goals, communication and handling people, then you need to reserve your place on this extremely popular course
About the Course
Course Timings: Start 10:00 - Finish 17.00. Lunch at 13:00, Tea Breaks at 11:15 and 15:30, giving you an opportunity to check emails and make calls.
SMART Goal setting, communication and performance management
You are defined by your goals
You are judged on your performance
Goal Setting Training Course Objectives
In order to succeed:
Your goals must be specific, clear and distinct: i.e. SMART goals
Your goals must NOT be general statements that are open to misinterpretation
Your results are based on your performance AND your ability to manage the performance of others
The Training Method
The training method follows this general pattern - the training is very interactive and interesting:
The trainer gives a clear explanation of the point in question with specific examples.
Then, the delegates practice by doing an exercise with each other.
The delegates practice by doing exercise with the trainer.
All points are supported with full written notes to take away.
Delegates are asked to write down an associated action, for each point made.
(At the end of the day, we have about twenty such actions, from which the delegates choose six which are the most personally meaningful).
Note: we do not believe in placing people in any situation of embarrassment by demanding that they 'perform' in front of the whole group. So you can relax: come on this course and be at ease; ready to learn new skills!