The pandemic has created upheavals in our businesses and the way we set, pursue and achieve goals. Old ways of measurement and motivation, like SMART goals and OKRs, are increasingly being replaced by more cutting-edge, scientific approaches that give workers better tools to flourish, focus and create engagement. This includes knowing how to separate learning goals from performance goals, which can help organizations avoid some of the biggest disasters in business history, such as Boeing’s 737 Max and Volkswagen’s defeat device for diesel engines.
One recent survey found that the most resilient organizations during crises are those that have clear expectations, ways to measure progress, and the resources to accomplish them. Caroline Miller’s revolutionary BRIDGE methodology replaces some of the most common, but outdated, approaches that lack the cutting-edge research on flourishing interventions, grit, goal setting theory, character strengths, motivation, gender differences and psychological safety. When goals are set correctly, the results include greater worker engagement, a flourishing workplace, more hope and increased productivity.
In this program, you’ll learn to:
This topic can be personalized in many ways, including half-day, full-day and multi-day workshops and retreats. It can also be focused in gender-specific ways and is appropriate for mixed audiences, too.