Introduction to Goal Setting Process

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Running head: PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE PREPARATIONProfessional practice preparationName of the studentName of the universityAuthor Note:
2PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE PREPARATIONTable of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Part 1................................................................................................................................................3Personal Goals.................................................................................................................................3Summary of Life and Goals.............................................................................................................3Part 3................................................................................................................................................5Part 4................................................................................................................................................5Part 5................................................................................................................................................6Part 6................................................................................................................................................6Special Assessment Skills................................................................................................................6Personal Goals.................................................................................................................................6Values and Attitudes........................................................................................................................7Interview Report..............................................................................................................................8Table No 1- Professional Resume.................................................................................................14Letter of Application for the Selection Criterion...........................................................................14Statement Addressing Selection Criterion.....................................................................................16Table No 2- Goal Settings Schedule..............................................................................................17References......................................................................................................................................18
3PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE PREPARATIONIntroductionGoal setting is the process for thinking about the ideal future and to motivate oneself insuch a way that it turns the vision of the future into a reality. The process by which people setgoals for themselves to chose the perfect way that they want to go. Every people has a set ofgoals that is set in his mind.Part 1Personal GoalsSummary of Life and GoalsGoals are the most important part in the life of a person. The absence of goals makes lifevery much ordinary and plain and makes it difficult for the people to achieve the peak of success.I personally have set up my own set of goals and objectives that would help me to attain successin my life. I am an avid lover of travelling and have a special interest for wildlife. I have the goalto visit Africa to experience the vast range of wildlife in the continent. Professionally my goalsare to become a good and dedicated employee in my office. I also dream of climbing theprofessional steps of success in my office gradually.Career is very much important in one’s life. This is because of a number of reasons.Career helps to provide a sense of direction to my life. It also provides a general structure to lifeas because achieving career goals helps us to follow the right direction in life and deviates usfrom choosing any wrong directions (Wenger et al. 2014). A right path allows us to be social andmake many friends in life. External rewards provided to the employees of the company includethe rewards that come from an external source i.e. the employers. It has a direct relation to the
4PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE PREPARATIONjob performance of the employees. Some external rewards are salary, bonus, fringe benefits,promotion, fringe benefits, profit sharing and many more as such. Internal rewards on the otherhand refer to the non physical rewards that cannot be seen or touched but they can beemotionally felt by the people receiving the rewards. Some of the examples of internal rewardsare words of praise from seniors, recognition, taking pride from the job.Avoiding job stress and low morale is another challenge of workplace. Stress and lowmorale will affect the rate of work which in turn will harm the productivity. If a job is providingtoo much stress it should be better to leave the job and search for any other job (Sinsky et al.2013). Modifying job situation will also seem to be stressful and boring at that time. It is better toapproach the operations manager or the supervisor at that particular time and request him for achange in the work pattern.The most important commitment in one’s life is the parents and the responsibilitiestowards them. It is because of them that people have been able to achieve the present place. Theprimary importance can never shift from parents to anything else (Healy 2014). The secondarycommitment is the office or workplace. While some may argue about the primary and secondaryimportance from the personal front it would always be the same. Striking a balance between boththe responsibilities is a huge task for anyone. To maintain a perfect balance between personaland professional life one have to first create a routine to maintain a perfect time management inbetween both my commitments (Preiser 2015).

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