Kicking goals

Stefanie Garber

Goal setting is a vital tool in the return to work process, but using it effectively can pose a challenge.

All conscious human behaviour is in pursuit of some goal, according to goal setting theorists Locke and Latham. They believe that goals can be help a person by: directing their attention and effort towards a specific outcome enhancing their persistence giving them energy and motivation helping them develop new strategies. In a rehabilitation context, goal setting involves the client and their rehabilitation...

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