Managing Organizational Goals – mgceu1000 (0 credits)
Managers are responsible for setting the goals for their team and for managing their work. Organizational goals can often get lost in layers of management and not get communicated to the individual contributors. In the absence of goals, employees can feel unmotivated or can even set their own goals for achievement, which can result in poor and conflicting team performance. In this course, students will develop the necessary skills to establish tactical goals for their team based on organizational directives, and create and manage action plans to achieve these goals. This course provides 0.8 continuing education units in two, 4-hour workshops.
This non-credit course is 2 weeks. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
Developing and Achieving the Team Plan
- Determine the success of a group in achieving its goals
- Create an action plan
- Develop a contingency plan
Establishing Team Goals
- Clarify general team goals based on organizational goals and directives
- Create a goal map
- Define general goals into tactical goals
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