Sunday, March 25, 2007

Keeping Score

Spring training for baseball is coming to a close as the season opens. Maybe your resolutions are in Spring training mode and now you are ready to make the lifestyle changes that will let you win the season of games.

How do you keep score? In addition to using a defined process that lets you gather feedback to evaluate how well you are performing, you also need a way to keep score.

Coaching can help people define the processes that work for them and also identify meaningful ways to keep score and win.

How is your game?


Michael Daehn said...

Good point Margaret. If you are not keeping score the game is not much fun.

(Michael from SLPA)

Getting Places - Coach said...

Thanks, Michael!

I think our readers will find interesting ideas on your webpage. I liked your chart for goal setting. The last column talks about "Assessment" - do you have a scorecard? :-)

It can be fun to know the score if you know how to win. Is a good measure for keeping score in marketing Return On Investment (ROI) in your opinion?