Goal Action Plan

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Goal Action Plan Template

Select a goal, and use this template to create an action plan for that goal. Then, post the action plan to the Week 2 Assignment 1 link on your student website at https://ecampus.phoenix.edu.

Goal Action Plan

Your goal action plan must include the following nine sections:

1.Goal: State the goal you hope to achieve.
The goal I would like to accomplish in the next six months that will contribute to my success at the University of Phoenix is to secure a promotion.

2.Type of goal: Determine if the goal is personal, professional, academic, health-related, or financial. My goal to obtain a promotion is professional and financially related.

3.Purpose of goal: State what is being accomplished by achieving the goal. This is what will you learn or achieve by reaching the goal. By obtaining a promotion I am to receive better pay and benefits. I will have more responsibility –work related and managing people. I’ll have more input on how things are done. I will also receive better options for training or studies. 4.By achieving this short term career goal, I will be able to obtain the experience needed to advance to my long term career goal. This will also put me in a higher position with better pay affording my family more security.

5.Major benefit to me: List what benefits you expect to receive after accomplishing the goal. The major benefit of accomplishing my goal would be the knowledge I receive, better benefits,

6.Benefit to others: List how your family, coworkers, or organization will benefit when you accomplish the goal.

7.Barriers: Predict some barriers that may arise to prevent you from reaching your goal. Investigate financial, time, and personal constraints that hinder progress to goal achievement.

8.Solution: Strategize methods for overcoming barriers. Develop specific strategies for overcoming each barrier.

9.Action milestones: Create a list of checkpoints, or smaller objectives, to...
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