Goals for Leaders
How do leaders set great goals for themselves, their teams, and their organizations? In this program, Dr. Andrew Hill uses the example of President John F. Kennedy's moon-shot goal to guide you through key concepts for setting more effective goals. Andrew is co-founder of BurnBright. He has a Doctorate in Business Administration from Harvard Business School and a Master's in Public Policy from U.C. Berkeley. Prior to founding BurnBright, he served as a professor at the U.S. Army War College, a school for senior military and national security leaders, where he was the first Chair of Strategic Leadership.
The Moon Shot: Introduction to Goals for Leaders
Goals are powerful ways to direct individuals and organizations. What principles help us set goals?
The Continuum of Control
A good control focuses on things that we can control and ignores the things we can't.
Goals and Flow: Difficulty and Mastery
Challenge your team with the right balance of difficulty and mastery. A good goal doesn't overwhelm.
Inputs or Outcomes?
We can set goals for inputs or outcomes. What difference does it make?
All for One, One for All: Individual and Group Goals
What kinds of goals are better for individuals? For groups?
The End of the Beginning: Final Thoughts on Goals
Goals help us create progress and purpose in our lives. They're essential to great leadership.
Andrew Hill Bio
Before co-founding BurnBright, Andrew was a professor at the U.S. Army War College, where he taught senior national security professionals. As the War College's first Chair of Strategic Leadership, Andrew's research focused on connecting people, strategy, and innovation. He has a doctorate from H...