Goal Setting – Accountability – Evaluation

Course ID
Management Training & Development
Lecture, Online, Seminar

There’s no escaping it. Whether your business is local, regional or global, in today’s faster paced and more complex business environment, management and leadership skills are fundamental to success. Our Management Training & Development program has helped business professionals develop, expand, and refine their management and leadership skills for the past 20 years.

Seminar Description:

Aristotle’s form of final causality is believed to be the origin of goal setting. Aristotle speculated that purpose can cause action and that there is a positive relationship  between clearly identified goals and performance. Goal setting involves the development of a plan designed to properly motivate and guide an individual to an end result.

In this session we will look at the goal-performance relationship, criteria needed to establish goals, how motivational theory can impact goals and individual accountability and  the relationship between personal and corporate goals.

Key Learning Points:
  • Learn and understand "Motivational Theory"
  • Understand the relationship between goals and performance
  • Understand the criteria required to establish goals which will be achieved
  • Learn how to hold yourself (and others) accountable to achieve the goals committed to
Session Time(s) Duration Delivery Required Program Enrolment Instructor
8:00am – 10:00am
2 Hours Webinar Management Training & Development Randy Hnatko, MBA

Provide your team with the skills & confidence to not only deal with difficult people but recognize where a business opportunity may occur – and then take advantage of it.