Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration 1 – 2 day(s)
Anyone can set goals, right?
Yes, but achieving goals takes skills, commitment and willpower. Often willpower fluctuates in strength as life happens and one is faced with various stresses that need to be dealt with, leaving many goals unachieved. Sounds familiar!
This workshop approaches goal setting not just as a S.M.A.R.T. goal setting process but focuses on goal achievement to enable a more dynamic design to goal setting itself.
This is a dynamic workshop where participants are encouraged to bring into the workshop the goal that is most important to them and that is yet to be achieved.
The workshop unpacks the neurological stumbling blocks that delay or stop one from achieving the goals. Participants will be facilitated through an immersive process where the stumbling blocks are addressed, prior to then completing a neurodynamic goal setting process.
Participants will leave the workshop feeling energised with renewed excitement and focus about stepping into the pathway of taking action to realise/achieve the set goal.
Glass Rock’s ‘Goal Setting for Those Serious about Achieving Goals’ training is for anyone in the organisation and will be especially beneficial for managers and leaders. Glass Rock is able to customise this training for your group of attendees.
By the end of this workshop, participants will:
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