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Utilising a reflective goal setting (RGS) model for the development of crucial leader soft skills

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posted on 02.02.2021, 15:05 by Cheryl TraversCheryl Travers, Anthea Rose
This paper discusses the applications of a reflective goal setting (RGS), framework discussing its ability to support learners in the setting and implementation of leader personaldevelopment goals among 103 post experience students. The RGS framework, drawing upon established theoretical models and frameworks including Gibbs Reflective Cycle, Pennebaker's Trauma Narration, and Locke and Latham’s Goal Setting Theory is described across a variety of learning contexts with managers and leaders from a range of industry sectors (i.e., finance, construction, automotive and healthcare). The results indicate that the majority of respondent’s report using a high degree of the key features of the RGS framework beyond the learning context where it was first presented and applied.

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  • Business and Economics

Department

  • Business

Source

78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management 2018

Publisher

Academy of Management

Publication date

2018-08-10

Language

en

Location

Chicago

Event dates

10th August 2018 - 14th February 2021

Depositor

Dr Cheryl Travers. Deposit date: 1 February 2021

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