logging in or signing up Goal Setting miu88 Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 274 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (1) Dislike it (0) Added: February 20, 2011 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript GOAL SETTING : GOAL SETTING BY MARIA MASOOD 11994 IQRA UNIVERSITY DEFINITION OF COMMITMENT: DEFINITION OF COMMITMENT Commitment is what transforms a promise into reality The hard work and loyalty that someone gives to an organization, activity etcCOMMITMENT: COMMITMENT 1. Reliability 2 . Dependability 3 . Predictability 4. Consistency 5. Care 6. Empathy 7. A sense of duty 8. Sincerity 9. Character 10. Integrity 11. Loyalt ySlide 4: UNCONDITIONAL COMMITMENT " My behavior is predictable in an unpredictable future." What makes the future unpredictable? • Changes in your life and circumstances. • Changes in my life and circumstances. • Changes in the external conditions.Slide 5: COMMITMENT 1 ) Not a legal contract 2) Sticking in spite of choicesSlide 6: Sign of maturity Prioritizing the choicesSlide 7: Bases of Relationships Like a glueSlide 8: Forgiveness Surrendering personal wants for personal needsSlide 9: WHAT MAKES A COMMITMENT WORTH KEEPING ? • Predictability. • Security in an insecure world. • Personal growth . • Strong relationships between individuals and community. • Lasting personal and professional relationships.DIFFERENCE BETWEEN: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMMITMENT & CONFINEMENTSlide 11: COMMITMENT & SELFISHNESSSELFISH PARASITES: SELFISH PARASITES People who are not willing to make commitments but still they keep sharing and using anything and everything of one another COMMITMENT TO VALUES: COMMITMENT TO VALUESSlide 14: INSINCERE COMMITMENTS Broken homes Abandoned children Poor relationships High stress levels Guilt Unfulfilled life Loss of business Isolation DepressionDEFINITION OF ETHICS: DEFINITION OF ETHICS Moral Principles of behavior for deciding what is right and wrongDIFFERENCE BETWEEN: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ETHICAL CHOICES & PERSONAL CHOICESSlide 19: ETHICAL CHOICES ARE BASED ON 1. Our desire for convenience, comfort, and pleasure. 2. Our feeling 3. Social fads and adsSlide 20: SITUATIONAL ETHICS Ethics which vary with every situation are called as Situational Ethics.SOCIETYS’ HEART BEAT: SOCIETYS’ HEART BEAT ETHICAL TRAINING : ETHICAL TRAININGSlide 23: ETHICS AND LEGALITYPURPOSE OF LIFE: PURPOSE OF LIFEWINNING AND WINNERS: WINNING AND WINNERS Winning is an event Being a Winner is a spiritWINNING IS ALL ABOUT WINNING WITH HONOUR: WINNING IS ALL ABOUT WINNING WITH HONOUR Try not to be a man of success but rather try to be a man of value. Albert Einstein WINNERS ARE GRACIOUS: WINNERS ARE GRACIOUSWINNERS LEAVE A LEGACY: WINNERS LEAVE A LEGACYCHANGING VALUES: CHANGING VALUESETHICS IN BUSINESS: ETHICS IN BUSINESSVISION: VISIONCONCLUSION: CONCLUSION Set goals with clear values and visions so that you know where you are going otherwise you are likely to wind up somewhere else You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.