It's that time of year when businesses and individuals alike set their goals for the upcoming year. The SMART acronym is helpful for setting goals but insufficient for achieving them. You need two types of goals to boost your chances of success. Outcome goals focus on the results you want to attain. Process goals identify the action steps required to accomplish those desired outcomes. This session explores the essence of both types of goals, along with practical examples and tips for the execution of your goals.
- Recognize the two primary types of goals
- Identify the difference between outcome goals and process goals
- Discover how both types of goals are necessary to achieve your goals
- Discover practical examples and tips for the execution of your goals
- None required.
Who Should Attend
CPAs, accountants, and bookkeepers seeking to proactively offer innovative solutions to their clients.
- Sr. Partnership Marketing Manager
Chad finds joy in creating content and planning events that resonate with Divvy's customers (and future customers!). As a Senior Partnership Marketing Manager, Chad helps highlight how sometimes, the path less traveled is actually less risky than sticking to the well-worn trail. In this way, he encourages others to try something new!
- Executive Leadership Coach, Lokhorst Consulting
Jon Lokhorst, CPA, ACC, is a leadership coach and consultant. He partners with CPAs, CFOs, and other leaders who face massive change in their industry and recognize the need for a new model of leadership to navigate those challenges. Prior to launching Lokhorst Consulting LLC, Jon enjoyed a 30-plus year career as a CPA, CFO, and organizational leader.
Listen in to Jon's recent webinar sponsored by Divvy: The Two Types of Goals You Need to be Successful in 2021
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Date & Time
Thursday, March 4, 2021
1:00 PM EST (see additional timezones)
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