Successful Strategies Part 2: Develop Your Strategies To Achieve Your Goals By Design And Not Accident

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Successful Strategies Series - Achieve Your Goals By Design and Not Accident


How To Develop Your Strategies To Achieve Your Goals By Design And Not Accident

  • Do you need a better focus and direction for your life, team or organisation? 
  • Do you want to communicate your goals better and get buy-in and engagement to implement your strategies?
  • Do you want to meet your goals successfully and efficiently?

The Goal Tree is a strategy development method created by Dr Eliyahu M Goldratt to help individuals and organisations develop work strategies.

You will learn how to describe your goal, design a set of Critical Success Factors to make your goals measurable and then build the Necessary Conditions to implement your strategy.

Presented By

Jussi Luukkonen

Jussi can help you achieve more. He has 30+ years of experience in Coaching, Facilitation and Content Production. He has been working as a Leader, Strategist, and Creative Solutions Expert in Europe and New  Zealand. 

Jussi’s core offering is coaching, mentoring and facilitating leaders and entrepreneurs and their tams to become more successful and results-driven. His motto is: Let’s Bring The Best Out In People!

Additional information

Part 2 of a 3 Part Series

Workshop 3 Thursday 13th October

How To Have Meaningful Meetings That Deliver Outcomes, Save Time and Money.

If you run meetings and feel that you could improve the outcomes, shorten their durations and make people more engaged, come to learn how to do it.

You will get a unique nine-step roadmap to improve your meetings and get better outcomes from them.


Event Information

WHEN   6th October, Thursday 9.30am - 11.30am 

WHERE Hutt Valley Chamber Of Commerce, 15 Daly Street, Lower Hutt 

COST FREE To Chamber Members 

Non Members $475.00+ GST per Session or $1125.00+ GST for all threes Sessions

LIMITED SPACES Spaces are limited so only one participant per organisation please