Posts Tagged ‘ goals ’

Leadership Skills: How to Know If Your Goals Are Impotent
The purpose of a goal is to keep you in motion. When you are in motion toward a real goal (a real goal is something you truly want for yourself, not something you think you should want), things happen. Here's a personal example. As an avid cyclist, I had long wanted to participate in a multi-day organized bike ride such...

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Posted on 11/25/2013 01:03 am | 2 Comments
 
Successful Teamwork Results From Clear and Elevating Goals – Part 2
This is the second part of my 2-part series about how clear and elevating goals help with teamwork. By "clear" I mean no measurements are needed to know that the goal is reached, and by "elevating" I mean the goal is bold and inspiring. Last week's post (Part 1) covered the first three points that are essential in this process,...

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Posted on 09/07/2010 01:00 am | 1 Comment
 
Successful Teamwork Results From Clear and Elevating Goals – Part 1
It's the million-dollar question... How do you get a team to develop a clear and elevating goal? By the way, by "clear" I  mean no measurements are needed to know that the goal is reached, and by "elevating" I mean the goal is bold and inspiring. The truth is, no one knows for sure how to get any team to...

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Posted on 09/02/2010 03:07 pm | 2 Comments
 
 
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