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Tue, 26 Mar

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Waiora House

Goal Setting Done Differently

No matter what you do, our brains work best with goals and learning how to utilise your brain effectively to set and achieve goals will help not only your organisation’s bottom line but you personally as well.

Goal Setting Done Differently
Goal Setting Done Differently

Time & Location

26 Mar 2024, 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Waiora House, 129 Spa Road, Taupō 3330, New Zealand

About the Event

Goal Setting Done Differently

Why do we set goals? Because our brain likes to! It likes having a challenge, problems to solve, strategies to test and the feelings of success from working hard to accomplish something. 

Some people utilise the end of a financial year to set goals for the coming years ahead. Yet others never set goals for their organisation at all. Which ever side of the fence you’re on, learning how to utilise your brain effectively to set and achieve goals will help not only your organisation’s bottom line but you personally as well. 

Join us to learn:

  • The limitations of traditional goal setting which keeps people & organisations stuck
  • Why most organisations (and people in general) fail at reaching their goals
  • Why you need to choose the right strategy depending on which type of goal you’ve set
  • Why consistent rewards for performance don’t work and what to do instead

Plus, I’ll introduce you to the FLOW Goal which will revolutionise how you look at your targets for the coming financial year. 

When you leave you’ll have a clear understanding of how to enhance your organisational goals as well as some tips and tricks to implement for the coming business year.

Tea, coffee and a light lunch will be provided ~ Registrations essential!!

Presented by Lindley Craig, Rebel Ventures: Lindley is an Executive Coach that focuses on how your mind really works. Her clients include senior leaders from companies like Maersk, IBM, Shell Oil, Schneider Electric, HSBC and many more. What makes her approach stand out is she teaches a variety of mind-based skills that are enduring and can be used in multiple contexts, whether at work or at home. One client, a Vice President of of HR, said, “Have been thinking about you frequently, been in a lot of conversations at work, at home, about teenage stuff etc. and they are guided by what you have taught and shown me and I remain full of gratitude!” And this is why she does what she does. Lindley wants to teach people the skills they need to be effective in all areas of life, through the challenges they will face, and for each individual to thrive. Her goal is to impart practical tools that you will eventually teach other people. That’s what I call paying it forward!

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