Presented by Mel Gonnerman, Jr.
In many workplaces, goals are like New Year's resolutions. They are set with great expectations, rely on plans built on wishful thinking, and abandoned without ever achieving success. For many people, the goal setting and execution process goes something like this: set a goal, start to execute, lose momentum, time passes, admit failure, and repeat cycle by setting a new goal. Would you like to know how to avoid common "failure points" that keep people from achieving their goals? This class includes techniques for writing goals, improving time management and implementation, measuring progress, adjusting processes, and creating an environment for success. In addition to focusing on the tasks and metrics involved with setting and executing goals, this class covers the human factors (e.g., values motivation) that often impact whether or not you and your company's goals will be met.
Break sponsored by Hupp Electric Motors
Lunch sponsored by Legacy Manufacturing