Eight Webinar Series by Joy Kacik
As a leader, you are no longer an individual contributor and your recognition comes from the results produced by your team of direct-reports. Results are critical for your success as well as for your team members. The key to success is in how your write your goals. While I find that many are aware of “SMART” goals, few are actually writing goals that really drive results. I will show you how to write goals to drastically increase your rate of success as well as your ability to hold people accountable. We will also explore another important aspect of leading for results, which is creating a vision that others want to follow.
- Learn to write goals using “The Five Elements of Good Goals” that require a strategically thought-out plan Explore the types of consequences when even one element is missing
- Explore the types of consequences when even one element is missing
- Practice identifying the elements to know how to use them correctly
- Receive a goal-writing form
- Be inspired and learn techniques and tools to create a vision others will be excited to follow
As a personal consultant and certified coach, Joy Kacik will help you discover the full breadth of value you bring to your work and gain recognition for that value. She will help you to identify opportunities and choices for your career growth and then gain the focus to choose next steps that lead you to your ideal fit for both work type and work environment.
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Time:11:30-12:30 CST / 12:30-1:30 EST
Register in advance for this webinar:
Cost: Member/Non-Member – FREE.
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- October 3rd – Handle Difficult Conversations with Confidence
- November 7th – Stress is an Inside Job
- December 5th – Leading for Results
- January 9th, 2020 – Results Leadership
- February 6th, 2020 – Leadership Skills
- March 26, 2020 – Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
- May 7, 2020 – Everything is Negotiable
November 7th – Stress is an Inside Job