What?

Goal Mapping is a unique creative goal setting strategy that utilises analytical word orientated left brain and the creative visual right brain, to direct you towards your goals and dreams. It has successfully been used from the corporate boardroom to education and the classroom by nearly 3 million people in 30 different countries. Its core principles are based on NLP, CBT, the latest scientific understanding of thought processes and positive thinking in relation to success.

WHY?

Goal Mapping teaches the skill that all great parents, teachers, CEOs and athletes know; that by utilizing the brain and mindset effectively, an individual can foster learning and nurture the resilience that is the basis of all success and accomplishment. By learning to set goals in an effective whole-brain manner, pupils take immediate ownership of, and develop a sense of responsibility for, their own future. Schools are able to target specific groups of students who most need to learn how to study efficiently. 

HOW?

Goal Mapping – The 7 Magic Keys For Success helps Key Stage 2 children to identify their goals and the routes to achievement. Presented as a selection of 180 minute workshops, Goal Mapping shows students how to harness their aspirations and reach meaningful self-set goals for education and future life. Not only can it be used to enhance motivation and goal setting aptitude, but Goal Mapping has also shown measurably improved SATS results and is a superb transitional aid for student moving into Year 7.
Goal Mapping, The Success Workshop is a dynamic, highly inspirational workshop for students in Key Stage 3, 4 and beyond. This high impact experience helps to motivate students to take responsibility for their own futures. Not only will participants identify their own ambitions and the reasons that they want to succeed for themselves (not just because adults tell them they should)  but they’ll be shown the tools break their goals into manageable, measurable, achievable steps using the visual right brain hemispheres and organisational left brain structuring.
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