Goal Setting

On June 22, 2013, in behavior, elearning, Instructional Strategies, by clgordon

An integral part of our workshops involve participants setting a positive behavioral goal and writing an action plan to reach it.

2013 goal-setting

Breakview’s Goal Setting Process

  1. Write a goal statement that is clear, measurable, and positive. Although all three attributes of the goal statement are important, in my opinion the key characteristic of the goal is its focus on positive behavior. Clients frame their behavioral goal in terms of what positive behavior they want to do and not what negative behavior they want to avoid. 
  2. Create an action plan that draws on concrete, practical ideas from the workshop. The action plan has a reflective part that allows an individual to objectively judge if they are on course.

 

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