Have your had goals like these and didn’t know if you achieved them?
- To provide quality customer service
- To exercise more often
- To lead with effectiveness
If so, Goal Analysis is the book for you. It is designed to take the “fuzzies” out of goal setting so that it is clear to everyone whether a goal is completed or not. Goal Analysis is a work book that provides step-by-step instruction to go from a vague idea of what needs to be done to defining the precise language of acceptable performance.
The Goal Analysis is filled with examples of well written goals and shows readers how to correct poorly written goals so that readers can practice improving their goal setting.
The five steps of goal setting are:
- Write down the goal in outcome terms.
- Jot down the performances that, if observed, would cause you to agree the goal has been achieved.
- Sort out the jottings. Delete duplications and unwanted items.
- Write a complete sentence to describe the nature, quality, or amount you will consider acceptable.
- Test the sentences for completeness by asking if this is true: when someone achieves each of these performances they have achieved the goal.
Goal Analysis is a short seminar in writing goals. If you need this help, Goal Analysis is the book for you.