Rules For Desired Results: A ‘Lunch & Learn’ presentation for maximizing your outcomes at work and in life.
“Communication is the result you get!”
Achieving desired results in life, whether personal or professional, requires ongoing awareness and monitoring of how we approach the circumstances of life—personally and professionally. We either plan for success or risk failure on the vague notion that it will all “hopefully work out”—which it seldom does.
The most successful individuals and organizations make it a priority to develop effective interpersonal strategies so that employees can facilitate desired outcomes that enhanced workplace momentum.
Knowing effective strategies that work with anyone, anywhere, anytime can make the difference with all organizations and individuals, whether in personal or professional life. It’s human nature to feel enhanced satisfaction and self-confidence when we experience progress toward—and meet—desired objectives. In the workplace, establishing such momentum can facilitate useful interaction between managers and their independent contributors and frontline staff, as well as among corporate teams, to better align plans, monitor benchmarks and adjust result-getting actions along the way.
Rules for Desired Results is a lively, informative and introspective one to two-hour “how to” on successfully setting, planning and achieving desired goals. Participants learn, through short introspective exercises, audience interaction and speaker-led presentation, how to expedite “getting the job done” and achieve meaningful goals.
By the end of this presentation participants will be able to:
- Explain the three rules for achieving your desired results.
- List five clarifying questions to ensure your outcomes.
- Identify four levels of mindful awareness.
- Identify two fundamental ways you can undermine your results.
- Explain five strategies to overcome impediments to working effectively with others.
- Apply two pivotal strategies for creating maximum momentum in your life.
- List the key differences between the professional and unprofessional individual.