Goal Setting to Shape Behavior


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Goal Setting to Shape Behavior
1010204Goal Setting to Shape Behavior
Make haste slowly. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
Few things consume more management time than goal setting. Establishing "realistic, attainable, yet challenging goals" has been a battle cry for legions of managers–and management consultants. In fact, training courses in goal setting and the accompanying "Conducting an Effective Performance Appraisal Meeting" are second only to sales management skills as the most popular nontechnical training courses offered by most companies.You'd think that as often as goals are discussed, developed, and used by managers there would be agreement on how to set goals and docum…
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Aubrey C. Daniels, Ph.D.,: Bringing Out the Best in People. Goal Setting to Shape Behavior, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2000), AccessEngineering Export