The main cause of the dreaded 'Failing To Implement' Disease is the 'Failure To Set Goals' Syndrome. This is supported by a recent study done with 149 people from 6 countries and dozens of occupations that revealed people who had written goals were 50% more likely to achieve them than those without written goals. Even more importantly, those who had written goals accompanied by written action commitments AND who submitted a weekly progress report to a friend, mentor or coach were 78% more likely to achieve their goals than those people who were simply asked to think about what they would like to achieve.
Every year at this time without fail we hear reference to "New Year's Resolutions" but all too soon they become quickly forgotten. Of all the things that contribute to success in business and life, goal setting is the most important ... provided your goals meet three specific conditions that will be revealed during the workshop.
When you have a goal you have something to aim for, something that will challenge you which is a primary source of personal motivation. A goal gives you an objective criterion for measuring your success ... indeed, a case can be made that in the absence of a written goal accompanied by an action plan and an accountability process, success will be extraordinarily difficult to realize.
During this session Ric Payne leads a goal setting workshop to help you get your energy and attention focused on the things you want to accomplish in your firm and your life. This will be a program that your team members will benefit from as well.