Successful Supervisors WorkshopJoin Judy in this exciting Workshop!

Supervising others from a place of strength is a positive way to increase team engagement and productivity. Knowing how to identify your own and others’ unique strengths is a first step in implementing this highly effective management tool.

Learn how to use your strengths to lead your Team – your way!

Location: Lake County Community Development, 407 Main St SW, Ronan
Date/Time: Tuesday, November 15, 2016 – 9am-4pm
Cost: $149 (groups of 4 or more pay $134 each)

To register, contact Sharyn at (406) 676-5901.
Seating is limited so register early.

Judy Preston is a Gallup Trained Strengths Coach. She uses Strengths Coaching and Training to improve team engagement and productivity.

Date: November 15, 2016
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 04:00 p.m.
Event: Essential Skills for Successful Supervisors
Topic: Learn How to Use Your Unique Strengths
Sponsor: Mission Valley Nonprofit Network
(406) 676-5901
Venue: Lake County Community Development
(406) 676-5901
Location: 407 Main Street SW
Ronan, MT 59863
Public: Public

How to Clarify Your Goals

SMART GoalsLeadership and management are two distinct skills that every effective leader needs in order to be effective. According to Steven Covey, leadership is doing the right things, and management is doing things right. In order to benefit from time management skills, it is helpful to start at the beginning – by writing a personal mission statement. Your mission statement will identify and acknowledge the many different roles and responsibilities you have in your life. Your roles will help you identify your intended goals. The key to setting and reaching your goals has to do with commitment and clarity.

Make sure you are focusing on the right goals. Prioritize which goals you want to work on first, and only pick one or two major goals at a time. Ask yourself: Do I really want to reach this goal? Am I willing to give up doing some other things in order to reach my goal?

Be clear – exactly what do you want to accomplish? Use the SMART Goals guidelines below to write your goals:
– Specific
– Measurable
– Attainable
– Relevant
– Time-bound

Write “if – then” plans – if it is 6am on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, then I will do 45 minutes of yoga.

Make sure you have written your goal in a way that you know when it is accomplished.

If it worth doing, it is worth measuring – make sure you measure your progress on your goals. Clarifying your goals is not complicated, it just takes some time, attention and commitment to act on what you really want to accomplish.

Look for more posts on this topic leading up to my February 18th Workshop: “Productivity Tools to Reach Your Potential.” If you would like to learn more, sign up for the Workshop today!