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Delivering On Your Goals


Time required:

45 minutes.

What it does:

Demonstrates the importance of clear goals. It will help you set a key goal and plan how to achieve it.

You will need:

A copy of the worksheet downloaded from within the activity.


flagWe recommend you complete Sam’s Tale - Setting SMART Objectives to learn more about setting powerful goals.


In a nutshell:

Take control of your goals and start delivering them.

Learning From Our Strengths


Time required:

45 minutes.

What it does:

Showcases a fantastic tool to remind you of your strengths and identify ways to make them even more impactful, rather than focusing on perceived weaknesses.

You will need:

A copy of the worksheet downloaded from within the activity.

In a nutshell:

A really powerful, yet simple coaching tool that focuses on developing your strengths and those of your team.

Management Styles


Time required:

30 minutes.

What it does:

Explores different management styles and provides an opportunity to identify and understand your preferred style, as well as creating an action plan to develop your skills in order to get even better results from your team.

You will need:

A copy of the worksheet downloaded from within the activity.


flagThis can be completed as a stand alone exercise, but it works very well if you follow it up with Coaching Modes.


In a nutshell:

Understand your current management style and how you can develop your skills to meet the demands of different people and situations.

Mission Impossible


Time required:

45 minutes.

What it does:

Explores what makes a personal goal effective and how to create our own that will deliver results we personally value.

You will need:

A copy of the worksheet downloaded from within the activity.


flagWe also recommended that you complete Building SMART Objectives for Your Team if you want to learn even more about setting powerful goals. (Coming soon.)


In a nutshell:

Take control of your own personal goals and start delivering on them.

Where Does My Time Go?


Time required:

30 minutes.

What it does:

A chance to reflect on your working week and identify where there are opportunities for you to manage your time better.

You will need:

Before completing this e-Learning activity, you will need to monitor your time for a number of days using the Time Spent Diary provided.

You will also need a copy of the worksheet downloaded from within the activity.


In a nutshell:

Create a practical plan for you to improve the way you manage your time.
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