Goal orientations, self-regulation and performance: Implications for accelerating learning via goal-setting interventions [ 2009 - 2011 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Dr GB Yeo; Dr SD Loft; Dr LD Smillie

Brief description This project relates to the priority of strengthening Australia's social and economic fabric. The question of when and why various goals are adaptive versus maladaptive is of fundamental importance for understanding human behaviour. Society benefits from research into this question, because it provides a pathway for tapping into human potential. The results have implications for the development of effective training programs and thus have the potential to influence personal growth and financial stability. The results will have wide application in a variety of industries. Examples include the development of interventions for more rapid training, and the development of performance-management plans for facilitating career advancement.

Funding Amount $139,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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