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COACHING in ACTION Transforming good intentions into great results.
2 © growth coaching international Wisdom for Yourself! If you could change two key behaviours that would help you close the gap between where you are now and where you want to be in relation to your goal what would they be? Eg. When I prioritize tasks and make them public, I get things done. Thorough planning ensures success
3 © growth coaching international The GROWTH model is… goals what do you need to achieve? reality what is happening now? options what could you do? will what will you do? tactics how and when will you do it? habits how will you sustain your success? celebrating the results building trust g r o w t h relationships results
4 © growth coaching international I-SMART Goals! I nspiring S pecific M easurable A chievable R esults driven T ime-bound growth coaching international
5 © growth coaching international Goal growth G By_______________ I will have____________________ so that______________________ ____________________________
6 © growth coaching international The GROWTH model is… goals what do you need to achieve? reality what is happening now? options what could you do? will what will you do? tactics how and when will you do it? habits how will you sustain your success? celebrating the results building trust g r o w t h relationships results
Coaching at work. programme aims The aims of the programme are twofold: To help you understand the nature of coaching, and illustrate its power in enabling.
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Creating the Continuous Improvement Classroom Goal Setting.
Clear Learning Targets
SMART GOALS What are they? How do you write them?.
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Support Services Department- Leadership Teams Alignment: Setting and Communicating Direction.
Classroom SMART goals. Ground rules created by students Classroom mission statements Classroom & student measurable goals Quality tools and PDSA used.
1 Strategic management planning Strategic management planning (SMP)
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“I nduction I nto T he E ntrepreneurial W orld”. 95% of our success in life and work are determined by the habits we acquire over time. Habits are.
Are Group Goals Important? Group Goals: Group Goals: Provide a vision of what the group could/should be Provide a vision of what the group could/should.
Final Presentation Part B
Planning the Sales Call Is a Must!
2 3 The WHS Plan should include: Budget Available resources Responsibilities Roles Goals aimed at improving performance Timelines when policies.
G OAL SETTING AND MOTIVATION "If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time." — Zig ZiglarZig Ziglar.
Tools for making goals a reality. S pecific M easurable A ttainable R ealistic T imely.
Setting SMART Goals with Students. Class & Student Goals Set the Target Focus on learning & achievement SMART Goals are: Specific, Measurable, Attainable,
SMART GOALS What are they? What are they? Why use them? Why use them? How do you write them? How do you write them?
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