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Setting a direction statement

Setting a direction statement

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Setting a direction statement

  1. 1. ‹#› THE TOP 4 EXPECTATIONS OF A TEAM LEADER SETTING A DIRECTION STATEMENT
  2. 2. ‹#› Main topics of interest A great statement energizes A great statement orients A great statement engages all teammates 1 2 3
  3. 3. ‹#› Module requirements To develop the skills to set a direction statement that will guide you in setting goals in your daily life as a family member, friend, student, coach, player, teacher and teammate. It is important to understand how to set a direction statement when setting goals as a leader. A clear direction will increase the chances that individuals and groups will follow the steps to achieve their goals. Review the following curriculum with a group or by yourself and reflect on what you need to work on to better set a direction statement for yourself or your group. Purpose Instructions
  4. 4. A great statement energizes.1 A direction statement must stimulate an emotional reaction, create excitement, and create purpose for all teammates while being clear and brief. Team members ought to be able to express the team’s direction in 15 seconds or less. If not, it’s not clear and concise enough. A challenging direction will energize and increase motivation.
  5. 5. A great statement orients.2 A direction statement must orient (direct) people toward something specific providing information and clear expectations. A well oriented statement details which “mountain” will be climbed, which main objective will be accomplished and which battles will be fought. A clear direction will align performance with strategy.
  6. 6. A great statement engages ALL teammates.3 Your teammates will not follow the direction unless they’re involved; they each need confirmation that their knowledge, skills and abilities will be utilized and depended upon. They must see where their skills fit into the overall scheme and how contributions help the team reach objectives. People are motivated based on how their skills are used, and how significant they are to success. A consequential direction allows for a full utilization of group member skills.

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