GOAL SETTING

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GOAL SETTING : 

GOAL SETTING Control your destiny or somebody else will. Jack Welsh

Learning Objectives : 

Learning Objectives To understand the importance of goals in life & to know the ways of setting goals. Inform the students the qualities needed to set the goals. Using SWOT Technique in setting goals.

Content : 

Content Defining Goal Setting Importance of Goals The Obstacles to Set Goals Steps Involved in Goal Setting Types of Goals Group Activities- SWOT analysis, writing goals, throwing coins etc.

WHAT IS GOAL SETTING : 

WHAT IS GOAL SETTING A goal is a dream /aspiration which has to be translated into reality within a time frame. It acts as a road map on journey to success in life

GOAL SETTING : 

GOAL SETTING Is a powerful tool which enhances performances & leads to success in life

IMPORTANCE OF GOAL SETTING : 

IMPORTANCE OF GOAL SETTING Don’t become aimless Helps plan everyday task Signifies achievement Produces proper priorities Enhances Performance Gives real meaning to your activity Gives direction & purpose Makes decision making easy

GOAL SETTING : 

GOAL SETTING ANYTHING WORTHWHILE SEEN , IS AN OUTCOME OF SOMEONES GOAL SET. -Goals keep us focused on a purpose.

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DREAMS VS GOALS

Remember !! : 

Remember !! A goal is a dream with deadline Goals that are not written down are wishes!!! Begin with the end in the mind Never think that the sky is the limit, when there are foot prints on the moon

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TYPES OF GOALS Long Term Mid term Short Term Mini

AREAS OF GOAL SETTING : 

AREAS OF GOAL SETTING Family & Home Learning & Development Financial & Career Physical & Health Social & Cultural Spiritual & Ethical

HOW TO SET GOALS : 

HOW TO SET GOALS

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Follow SMART Principle

SWOT ANALYSIS : 

SWOT ANALYSIS Effective managerial technique for holistic approach towards goal setting

Do you know your self ? : 

Do you know your self ? Have you done your SWOT Analysis ?

Do you know your self ? : 

Do you know your self ?

Do you know your self ? : 

Do you know your self ?

SCRUTINIZE GOALS : 

SCRUTINIZE GOALS Should be high enough to motivate; yet realistic enough to avoid discouragement

EVALUATE GOAL IN LIGHT OF FOLLOWING : 

EVALUATE GOAL IN LIGHT OF FOLLOWING Is it true Is fair to all concerned Will it get me the goodwill Will it get me HWP Is it consistent with my other goals Can I commit myself to

OBSTACLES TO SETTING GOALS : 

OBSTACLES TO SETTING GOALS A Pessimistic attitude Fear of failure Lack of rejection Procrastination Low self esteem Ignorance of goal setting

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MEANINGLESS GOALS

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ACTIVITY IS NOT THE SAME AS ACCOMPLISHMENT

ACTION PLAN : 

ACTION PLAN Make definite goals Write them down Read your goals daily for modification if any Make goals slightly out of reach but not out of sight Check progress periodically

GOAL SETTING STRATEGIES : 

GOAL SETTING STRATEGIES Goal setting strategies Never give up Degree of Achievement Identify obstacles & how to over come Dead line Plan Write down goals Develop intense desire

CAREER GOAL SETTING : 

CAREER GOAL SETTING Rising to field the top in a field Increase in income Recognition & Achievement Quality of life

QUESTIONNAIRE : 

QUESTIONNAIRE What is your goal for the Day Week Year 10 Years Your Life

QUESTIONNAIRE : 

QUESTIONNAIRE What are your requirements to achieve the goals What are the difficulties you anticipate How will overcome the difficulties

On Achieving a Goal : 

On Achieving a Goal Enjoy the goal achieved If it is achieved too easily make next goal harder & vice versa. If you learn something that will lead you to change other goals, do so. Any skill shortage , acquire it.

Achievement Orientation : 

Achievement Orientation AttitudE. 1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5=100%

ACTIVITIES : 

ACTIVITIES Game -1 Ringing the peg Game -2 Lift the stick Game -3 SWOT leading to Goal

1- Ringing the Peg : 

1- Ringing the Peg Material you will need: 1. A six-inch peg on a wooden base 2. Three rubber rings 3. A piece of chalk The game: 4. This is a game to be played by individuals. 5. Play this in an open space of about 200 sqft. area 6. Keep the peg in the centre. 7. Draw three lines in front of the peg at a distance of 2 feet, 4 feet and six feet from the peg. 8. Hold the rubber rings yourself and give them to the players as they take their turns to ring the peg. 9. As they step - up to play, give them the option of choosing the distance from which to ring the peg.

2. Lift the stick : 

2. Lift the stick 1. Material needed: a 5-meter long and two centimeter thick bamboo cane/stick. 2. This is a game to be played with a team of 8 to 10 people. 3. The aim of the game is for the team of people to lift the stick together on their forefingers until it reaches shoulder level. The challenge is to keep the fingers in contact with the stick all the way up. 4. Due to a scientific principle the stick arches upwards in the centre and it appears as though the stick is floating rather than being lifted. 5. The team is expected to overcome this action of the stick. 6. In the process of this goal setting game the team experiences goal setting, team problem solving, strategizing and team functioning.

3. Design Long & Short Term Goals : 

3. Design Long & Short Term Goals A written & practical exercise Use SWOT Technique Write strength & weakness & examine them in light of opportunity & threat.