One of the most important skills for strategic success is aligning objectives with specific goals that can lead to operative success. It is very important to learn the skills and tools needed to effectively delineate objectives and the goals that will help team members quickly and efficiently understand their part in a given task.

Working with you, or an organization’s management and team leaders, Dr. D. Leitner helps to better understand the nature of the Resource-Doctrine Divide and how this divide helps prioritize and delineate clear objectives. Participants will also learn how to set goals that are designed to bring the objective to fruition.

Manifesting core values and guided by the limitations on resources, you or your team leaders will better understand how to help create the desired future through clear communication of goals, delineating the necessary tasks for success, and clear delineation of responsibility.

For an organization, this allows team members to accomplish the necessary tasks for the successful completion of their goals. As team leaders and members learn to trust the system they implement, they will find it easier to communicate points of friction and get help to overcome roadblocks that are negatively impacting progress.

This program includes seminars or independent training sessions that concentrate on:

  1. Understanding the Resource-Doctrine Divide:
    To establish clear objectives, leadership must understand how the resource-doctrine divide directly impacts the capacity to set and prioritize objectives. Learning about this divide provides important tools and skills that will guide leadership in decision making that will impact the capacity to move into the next iteration for success.
  2. Prioritizing Objectives and Setting Goals:
    Working together, the different levels of leadership uncover a system that best fits their working relationship. This will allow them to effectively set and prioritize the objectives that determine the goals for an upcoming iteration.
  3. Determining Operations for the Upcoming Iteration:
    Balancing between the need to orchestrate future events, and the desire to engage with opportunity and risk, this last segment will help you determine the levels of control and delineate the limits of authority in dictating future events. In acknowledging the potential risks, you will gain a greater understanding of the opportunities you can engage to manifest your ideas. Together, the control – risk convergence creates a series of Operations that will help drive your creative processes into the future.
  4. Timelining, Tasking, and Goal Feedback:
    An integral part of any successful operation includes a clear understanding of how time is playing a role in each objective and the tasks that work towards specific goals set to achieve that objective. It is essential to learn how to gauge the time needed to achieve each objective and provide a clear feedback mechanism so that other people, be they team members or family members, can quickly and easily raise any issues that may be negatively impacting their ability to stay on task for each goal.