By Margo Manning (United Kingdom)

For new and experienced managers, it is a crucial part of their role and success to set goals for themselves, individuals within the team and the team as a whole. Setting goals is not a sporadic task, it is one that should be set and reviewed on a regular basis.

The objective of goal is to bring your team along with you, without the need to drag them along. To do this, you need to understand what your goal is and of course the steps you will take to get there.

Taking Aim

In order to take aim it requires an understanding of what you are looking for. Stepping up to a new manager’s role or starting out in a new manager’s role requires a new mind-set.

Source: iCN Issue 16 (NLP & Coaching); pages 40-41

MargoMAbout Margo Manning

Margo Manning, author of A Step-Up Mindset For New Managers (£14.99 Panoma Press) previously worked in the development arena for over 25 years. In the last 15 years, Margo has delivered talks as one of the UK’s top Leadership and Management Coaches and Facilitators. Margo is the architect of the 3:2 Management Model and subsequent 3:2 Management Development Programme that is delivered and adopted within many businesses, large and small, nationally and internationally. She has worked, and continues to work, with new managers through to senior managers in companies such as Goldman Sachs, Hobart Lovells, Brunswick Group, Tower Hamlets Homes, Aon, Balfour Beatty, Kantar and many more.