Empowering You Through Goals
An interactive workshop focusing on YOU! After this workshop you will be able to:
- Identify your manager(s) key goals and apply personal metrics for your own goals
- Ask you manager, your manager’s direct reports, and peers for input
- Establish KPI’s
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Have you read Mean Girl No More?
- 4.6 out of 5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
- “Excellent book on a subject all women encounter in the workplace at some point in their careers.”
- Set a goal to shift your career. Ask me how!
- p.77 lists key values that shape your actions..the goal of living a life aligned to what matters the most to you.
June is often the month for mid- year reviews
Every year the thought of goal planning creates any of these responses:
- Oh no, not again!
- How in the world am I going to come up with something new?
- Why even try? This goal planning and review process is meaningless.
- Yawn, I’ll just copy the same thing as last year. I mean, after all, my manager thinks I’m great!
- Review? What review? Goals? What goals? KPIs? What’s that?
- My job description doesn’t match what I really do!
Sound familiar? Then read further!
I’ve heard so many people make these types of remarks. And yet, what’s super interesting is you have complete control to change this reality and turn it around into something meaningful.
Managers are expected to succeed, and their goals can help you achieve success, raises, bonuses, promotions, and the confidence for a new job!
1. Find your passion: Goal setting doesn’t need to be boring. Goals are deeply personal, so focus on your interest and passion.
2. Focus on your strengths: This is where your natural abilities and talents are, and if you continue to build on them, you’ll be among the best at that particular talent.
3. Keep it simple. Sometimes the most challenging part of the process is to come up with a goal. To keep it simple.
4. Use the SMART method: Write your goal about the action you are going to take to make the outcome a reality. If it’s not measurable, it doesn’t exist. Your goal should excite you, stretch you and challenge you – AND be attainable. Be honest. You should be able to reach your goal if you put in the time and effort and have the necessary resources. Review all the steps of your goal and have deadlines for each one.
It takes real work and effort to make goals a reality. I encourage you to keep going. Don’t give up. Don’t listen to the naysayers and haters. Instead, remind yourself of all that you want in life. Review your goals daily. Get a clear vision and hold on to it with your heart, mind, and soul.
(Newsletter- July 2021)
“Show me what’s on your calendar,
and I’ll show you what’s in your future.”
The June newsletter will include a summary and tips from the May 17th workshop plus the winner of the raffle will be announced.
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