In this course, we will explore cascading goals. Organizations have used cascading goals in its performance management process for decades. The purpose of cascading goals is to ensure that individual goals align with organizational objectives. We will examine some approaches used by organizations to cascade goals. We will also explore why some organizations are now turning this process upside down.
One of the most important leadership roles is a mentor. You are responsible for teaching your employees how to achieve goals, make better decisions, solve problems, and advance their careers. Without formal training in this area, how do you coach or mentor these skills? This course will introduce you to employ a model, built on four simple techniques. By employing these techniques, you will strengthen your coaching skills and develop your team members’ potential.
Faced with the increasing pace and pressures of today’s business environment, organizations are constantly seeking ways to be more efficient and effective. Because companies are often asked to do more with less—including time—they must use their resources wisely to stay ahead of the competition. A talented and skilled workforce is the key to achieving the required results. When you align your workforce with your company’s goals, your organization’s energies will be appropriately focused. And if you set reasonable, measurable, and attainable goals, you will be able to link performance to rewards and motivate your employees to do even more. Most organizations don’t understand the power of incorporating the correct timing and frequency of goals into their plan. For example: goals that are set at the beginning of the year and audited 12 months later are not going to motivate your people. It’s difficult to stay committed a business goal over such a long time. When you learn how to set strong, timely, and measurable goals, your team will clearly understand their purpose, see their importance, and know how they will be measured. In this course, you will learn the usage of stretch goals to motivate your team.
In today’s dynamic business environment, it has become of utmost importance for any organization to have a strategic plan in place. A strategic plan is a powerful instrument that helps a company commit to a future goal, motivate its organization through vision, clearly see its strengths and weaknesses, and move forward with a well-thought-out and measurable action plan. Thus, we can say that strategic planning sets direction, outlines measurable goals, and aids in changing approaches when moving forward. To develop an effective strategic plan, you must understand both where your business stands today and where it wants to be in the future.
An overview of the Ivymount Social Cognition Instructional Package, an innovative online tool for supporting social and emotional learning in students grade K-6. Visit ivyscip.org for additional information and to purchase
What is the difference between someone who simply has goals and someone who actually achieves their goals? The key isn't to work harder, it's to work SMARTER! The SMARTER goal setting system is the evolution of the SMART goal setting system that was introduced in the 1980's. In this course you will learn how to apply the S.M.A.R.T.E.R. goal setting system. You will understand the definition of each letter of the acronym S.M.A.R.T.E.R. and view real world examples of how it is applied to goal setting. In addition, you will have the opportunity to apply it to set your own goals and apply the methodology. Finally, you will be provided with additional strategies for achieving your goals. This training course will take about 30 minutes to complete and includes: Introduction Smarter Goals Three Strategies for Achieving Your Goals Course Summary / Conclusion
This course teaches tennis players the critical skill of focus, which includes mindfulness and thought awareness.
This course on goal setting and achieving your goals through NLP teaches powerful and easy techniques on how to set SMART goals in your life and how they can be achieved smartly within a stipulated period of time. Goals are different for different people , the goal of a basketball player will be different than a goal of a businessman . We all have some goal or the other in our life and this course aims at helping you achieve your desired goal in life smoothly and effectively. This course teaches you: 1) Introduction to the course 2) Why goal setting is very important 3) What are SMART goals and how to achieve them 4) Goal setting process 5) Exercise on goal setting and how to achieve them 6) Summary of the course
The main objective of this session is to help you set effective goals that will boost your sales and enhance your success as a salesperson. By the time the session is over, you should be able to understand the purpose of sales goals, plan efficiently to achieve goals, set effective goals for sales calls, allocate resources efficiently to maximize goal achievement, and set challenging but appropriate goals to grow your sales career. Duration: 29 minutes
Performance Management for Retail Managers, Part 3: Dealing with Performance Problems - Counseling, PIPs, and Terminating Team Members
This is the third of 3 Modules of “Performance Management for Retail Managers.” The student will learn about and discover: • How to Analyze Performance Problems • The Difference Between Performance Improvement Plans, Progressive Discipline, and Counseling • How to Conduct a Formal Counseling Session • The Progressive Discipline Process • Documenting Counseling to Avoid Complaints and Litigation • How and When to Terminate a Team Member • The Doctrine of “At Will” or Without Cause Terminations This Module may be purchased individually, but it is recommended that the user purchase the “Performance Management” Bundle. The user receives a 30% discount when purchasing the 3 Modules together. Target Audience: Retail Managers, Retail Field Managers, Retail Managers In-Training Course Length: 30-45 minutes
This is the second of 3 Modules of “Performance Management for Retail Managers.” The student will learn about and discover: • The 3 Key Methods for Influencing Behavior – Advising, Coaching, Counseling • Why Coaching is Important • Coaching Activity and Behaviors • Effective Communications Skills • 3 Scenarios for Coaching • The “SOLVE” and “GROW” Coaching Models • “Push” and “Pull” Styles of Coaching • Overcoming Barriers and Troubleshooting This Module may be purchased individually, but it is recommended that the user purchase the “Performance Management” Bundle. The user receives a 30% discount when purchasing the 3 Modules together. Target Audience: Retail Managers, Retail Field Managers, Retail Managers In-Training Course Length: 30-45 minutes
This is the first of 3 Modules of “Performance Management for Retail Managers.” The student will learn about and discover: • Why Goal Setting is Important • Motivating Factors For Employees • Causes of Employee Dissatisfaction • The Difference Between Expectations vs. Goals • Rules to Follow When Establishing Goals • The SMARTER Method of Goal Setting • Why Goal Setting Fails • One-Minute Coaching Methods This Module may be purchased individually, but it is recommended that the user purchase the “Performance Management” Bundle. The user receives a 30% discount when purchasing the 3 Modules together. Target Audience: Retail Managers, Retail Field Managers, Retail Managers In-Training Course Length: 30-45 minutes