Have you thought about what you want to be doing in five years’ time? Are you clear about what your main objective at work is at the moment? Do you know what you want to have achieved by the end of today? If you want to succeed, you need to set goals. Without goals you lack focus and direction. Goal setting not only allows you to take control of your life’s direction. It also provides you a benchmark for determining whether you are actually succeeding. To accomplish your goals, however, you need to know how to set them. You can’t simply say, “I want” and expect it to happen. Goal setting is a process that starts with careful consideration of what you want to achieve, and ends with a lot of hard work to actually do it. In between, there are some very well-defined steps that transcend the specifics of each goal. Knowing these steps will allow you to formulate goals that you can accomplish. Here are some tips to help you achieve your goals – set goals that motivate you, set SMART goals, set goals in writing, make an action plan, stick with it. To give a broad, balanced coverage of all important areas in your life, try to set goals in some of the following categories – Career, Financial, Education, Family, Artistic, Attitude, Physical, Pleasure, Public Service. Then create a one-year plan, six-month plan, and a one-month plan of progressively smaller goals that you should reach to achieve your lifetime goals. Each of these should be based on the previous plan.
The first slide of the template will help you introduce your audience to your four main goals. For each goal, you can provide a short description. You can use this slide in preparation for the meeting to identify key topics for discussion. The second and third slides can be used by course instructors to show their students the milestones needed to pass the exam successfully. You can also use this slide in preparation for a meeting with shareholders. For example, you can specify the main goals of your team that will lead to a 10% market expansion. The last slide is presented as a career ladder. This slide can be used in preparing employee excellence materials. You can also use this slide when preparing a weight loss course.
The Goal Setting template follows the latest design trends and is made in neutral colors. You can also change the color and font sizes so that this template can be used in your other presentations. This template will primarily be useful to the heads of various departments when setting quarterly plans to their subordinates. Also, this slide can be used during weekly meetings of the development team with the product owner. This template’s slides will organically complement your presentations and will take their rightful place in your collection of professional presentation templates.