Free Event: ‘Goal Setting Workshop: Creating a Roadmap for Success’
The Edinburgh Practice is delighted to be hosting the following event:
‘Goal Setting Workshop: Creating a Roadmap for Success’
with Dr Sarah Findlay, Sport & Exercise Psychologist at The Edinburgh Practice
Monday 15th January, 12.30 – 1.30pm, @ The Edinburgh Practice, 12 Sibbald Walk, Edinburgh
Goals are a powerful tool for individuals looking to improve performance outcomes, whether this be an everyday exerciser training for their first 10k or an elite athlete aiming to qualify for the Olympics. Goals provide us with stepping stones for self-improvement and if set effectively can have many benefits for performance such as giving us focus, purpose, and visibility of the progress we have made. Goals also help to structure our development and keep us moving forward, especially in those more challenging times!
In this workshop, Dr Sarah Findlay will guide you through a step-by-step process on how to set effective goals and provide you with a resource you can continue to use following the workshop. The aim of the workshop is to provide you with the tools you need to create a clear and flexible plan towards your personal ambitions – whatever they may be!
This workshop will include:
- Support to identify specific areas of focus to ensure goals are targeted
- Education around the benefits of goal setting
- A step-by-step process of how to set effective goals
- Strategies to encourage you to stick to your goals and evaluate them effectively
- A resource booklet with effective tools and strategies that you can complete during the workshop and take home with you afterwards to support further development and goal setting
This goal setting workshop will benefit individuals who are seeking to enhance their performance in their chosen sport or exercisers who are keen to focus on development and self-improvement.
This workshop will also benefit exercisers and athletes who may be feeling stuck and would benefit from support to re-assess and set effective goals to drive them forward.