Setting Achievable (But Growing) Goals to Drive Determination to Achieve
Setting goals is one of the most talked about business and management development processes. One of the most influential competitions in business today is how people are the focus towards achieving the ultimate productivity and taking organizations to a higher level.
There is no limit to what people can do. This may be the most advanced concepts ever to be thought about by business development. The old style of leadership and management has led to a view of business where staff and workers are considered columns in a vast machinery of business. This mentality is hand-me-down from the industrial age mentality of the production line. But we've moved forward from theirs. Now where in the information age and ideas are King.
it's the best idea that wings and makes all the difference and that's what makes a company work. In this kind of company it's only what the company expects of them that limits what people contribute.
Setting goals that stretch people's beliefs will encourage drive and determination. If people have unlimited potential then it's a manager's responsibility to help these individuals tap into their limits was well. A common phrase is to shoot to the stars. In fact, how do you know what people are truly capable of without you challenge them.
Here are some tips to help set solid goals that stretch the boundaries and encourage people to push themselves toward higher achievement:
do not ever settle for just enough. Which are the stars. The key to the positive goal setting is to stretch further than what you think is possible. It's a common mentality to think that if you've never done it before then you will fail. It is better to reach for the stars and hit the moon and to never tried all.
Forget about the small details. When it comes to achieving a larger bottles do not get bogged down in the little things. Become a strong supporter of thinking big within your business. It is this focus on the big picture that will keep you motivated toward achieving things larger than you'd ever expected.
Never punish yourself or any other staff member for falling short of a big goal. The whole point of setting a big goal is to test and see how big you can actually be. Punishing someone for falling short of this goal is counter intuitive. It is in fact just the act of aiming to this goal which creates the mindset to achieve more.
Source by Christopher D. West