Her favorite procedures were: throwing at the goal
from running with which she scored 1 goal
, throwing at the goal
from support with which she scored 2 goals
from 3 throws, throwing at the goal
from plunge with which she scored 3 goals
from 4 throws (presented in figure 3).
I shouted: "Goals
, goals goals
The Student Goal
Survey (SGS): a 14-item Likert-type instrument designed to measure students' perceptions of the student-led conference and their attitudes toward goals
developed by teachers and themselves.
The defender nearest to the player with the ball tightly marks the goal
side of the ball and inside of a line from the ball to the near goal
Unfortunately, many physicians never ask about the patient's desired goals
and results or determine whether what they can achieve is desirable.
The pressures on short-term performance heavily influence the way they set goals
, both in terms of the metrics and time frames they coven This creates a culture that is all about meeting quarterly expectations--often at the expense of longer-term value creation.
Furthermore, the process of assisting adventure groups in developing obtainable individual and group goals
has become a noted cornerstone of effective adventure facilitation (Gass and Priest 1997).
Phrase your goals
using positive language so you'll feel good about what you're trying to accomplish.
If your organization defines leadership as taking initiative, being accountable for outcomes and aligning individual goals
to the organization, then this becomes the basis for your expectations of your employees' leadership contributions.
Pathways thoughts reflect a person's perceived capacity to produce cognitive routes to desired goals
The SCOT emphasizes the role of contextual factors in determining career choice goals