ROLES AND GOALS
Conflict or Complement
In today’s very stressful world, we must do everything possible to reduce conflicts and make ourselves more effective. The primary way that we can become more effective is to better understand the roles we play and the goals that we have. More importantly, we must know if those roles complement each other or conflict with each other. This program helps people to become aware of the various goals that they play and assists them in setting goals that complement rather than conflict with the roles.
This program will be valuable to all levels of personnel, but it will be especially valuable to those who must control their own time and balance the roles they play in their personal and professional lives.
Upon completion of this program, the attendees will be able to:
See clearly the various roles they are currently playing.
Understand how various roles can conflict and, in doing so, reduce their effectiveness.
Understand what motivates people.
Take a new look at the goals they have set.
Understand how and when to communicate their needs to others.
Create enthusiasm that lasts.
Understand the handling of role-conflict stress.
- Setting priorities
- Five goal-setting areas
- Types of motivators
- Importance of goals
- Things to avoid
- Stress Management
- Goal-setting methods
- And many, many more. Every individual needs this course in order to get the most out of life and
have roles and goals that complement each other.
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