Setting Effective Goals

Setting Effective Goals!

According to world renowned Life Coach and Communicator Tony Robbins, ‘Goal Setting is the Secret to a Compelling Future.’

It’s also a true fact that many people who are successful in life, are Goal setters. So with that in mind why do so many of us fail to achieve what we set out to do? What stops us? Why are Goals so hard to achieve?

In this interactive and engaging workshop, you’ll learn what the different types of Goals are, how to be SMART at setting them, perhaps why SMART may not be enough and understand whether achieving Goals the most important thing.

You’ll also leave with a personal or work-related Goal, complete with actions you can take to help move you that one step closer.

If you’re future focussed and have a vision of where you want to be, this workshop could help you. What have you got to lose? In reality it’s all about what you have to gain!

Event schedule

5:45 pm Venue open, refreshments

6:30-7:45 pm Introduction, Presentation & Interactive Sessions

7:45- 8:00 pm Q&A Session and wrap up

8:00 pm Close

In addition to the presentation, there will also be an opportunity for networking.

PDU

Attendance at the event counts as 2 PDUs towards your PMP certification (1.0 Leadership and 1.0 Strategic and Business Management)

How we’ll use your data
By registering to attend as a PMI member or guest, you are providing consent for us to contact you regarding the event. We will use your email address to provide you details ahead of and post event as well as keeping you informed on future PMI events in the Midlands region.

 

For more information, visit the event page. 

Date

Jan 16 2020
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Time

5:45 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

McIntyre House
2 Holland Street, B3 1OW

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