personal goals

personal goals

the individual goals or objectives of people working within a business or organization. In some cases these goals may run counter to and conflict with the goals/objectives of the business or organization. Possible goal conflict makes it important that the business or organization communicates its own goals clearly to all appropriate personnel and encourages them to adopt these goals as their own.
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2000; Griffiths, Randall, Santos, & Cox, 2003), they do not give the complete picture, as well-being has multiple antecedents such as personal goals (Brunstein, 1993; Elliot & Sheldon, 1998; Emmons, 1986; Sheldon & Elliot, 1999) and workplace goals (Harris, Daniels, & Briner, 2003; Kehr, 2003).
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Kelly said: "There are personal goals there in terms of winning his eighth All-Ireland medal.
This study uses the robust self-efficacy construct, personal goals, objective performance feedback, and an objective performance measure of decision accuracy.
The Atlanta-based company said that Mary Minnick, executive vice president and president of marketing, strategy and innovation, will pursue professional and personal goals in the United Kingdom.
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compile 15 articles by scholars in psychology from Canada, Europe, Australia, and the US who analyze personal goals and projects and how they contribute to well-being.
Thus, it is important that tax professionals understand both clients' financial situations and their personal goals, so they can advise them on the best charitable-giving strategy, using the instrument(s) that will best meet their needs and objectives.

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