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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