The Harvard University MBA program did a survey of Fortune 500 companies to discover the most important criteria used for hiring entry-level managers. They learned that among many considerations, goal setting and goal achieving was the most valued trait by these companies. Good communication skills were second and the third valued trait was the ability to get along with and work well with others, team building.
As you prepare for the next level, it is important that you set goals. Once you have a goal, you will stretch to achieve that goal. During this process, you go beyond your comfort zone and discover many hidden talents.
Personal organization, planning, and teamwork with staff, teachers and peers is vital to success. Guidance through the goal setting stage is crucial to achieve your goals.
By making a weekly calendar, and following though each day, you are learning the value of making a commitment and the rewards that come with diligence in following through with that commitment.
We become what we repeatedly do!
Once a plan is in place, anyone can monitor their progress and experience success as they near their goal for the week.
Leader is made, not born!
All successful people have one thing in common. They know what they want and how to achieve it.
Reaching small weekly goals are admirable achievement, but even more important is the application of self- leadership skills learned during the process. These skills will stay with you and the benefits of practicing them will be reflected in every aspect of your life.
Working with a coach is a valuable part of this practice. Without a knowledgable coach, you may be working in the wrong direction or possibly not achieving as quickly as you would like.
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