If you haven’t started thinking about your goals for next 2013, you better get cracking! In this three part video series, and December webinar on the subject, we’re evaluating what makes a good goal statement – the kind that is more likely to be achieved!
Simple goal statements like “in 2013 we will increase revenues 10%” are fine on PowerPoints and year-end reviews but they lack a lot of necessary information to help those responsible for achieving them be successful. Sometimes we use “objectives” as higher level goals statements to try to provide this greater context, but I want to suggest that you use Intentionsinstead. Intentions are specifically designed to include the information necessary – including a broader picture of success – that enables you to be flexible creative and innovative when reality throws you a curve-ball. Intentions work on both an individual and team level.
Watch the video below for more and to receive a quick exercise you can do right now to help you learn to set Intentions.
Register now for the complimentary webinar next month on 2013 goal-setting to view the whole video series(15 min).