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How to Achieve Your Big Goals (and Inspire Others to Do the Same)

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is  eligible for one PMI® PDU in the Leadership category of the Talent Triangle.

Event Description:

The average person spends 80,000 hours working over the course of his or her life. That’s a lot of time. Those hours can build a career that you can be proud of or it can build a life that leaves you wanting. No matter what your situation, setting goals can improve your performance and feelings of satisfaction. In this webinar, you will learn a step-by-step process for setting big goals in your career and life – based on the S.M.A.R.T model for goal setting. You will also learn proven tips to help you overcome a variety of challenges that may stand in your way.

Presenter Info:

Ravi Raman is an executive career coach and long-time veteran of Microsoft, where he led product management and marketing teams for several global software products and services. As a coach, Ravi has helped countless clients– including management consultants, technology startups and Fortune 500 company leaders — unlock higher performance and build careers they can be proud of.

 


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byJigs onMPUG

Thx for the good review on goal setting. It's important we refresh our memories from time to time on these taken-for-granted subjects. I liked the reference to FLOW, which I read decades ago and have not thought about since... but it's actually something that exists!

 

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  1. Excellent presentation!!

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  2. Useful for thinking about goals and how to keep on track

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