Be SMART in Setting Your Goals
The question of the day today is more of a homework assignment. I know, why are we doing homework? Because the SMART kids win in the end, that's why.
We want each of you to have written, stated goals that you are striven for. We want to challenge ourselves, grow and develop in order to further achieve. To this end we use SMART goals to make sure we have the best chance of success.
You can get started on getting your SMART Goals together in preparation for your one on one meeting.
S - Specific. What do you want to accomplish? Who needs to be included? When do you want to do this? Why is this a goal?
M - Measurable. How can you measure progress and know if you've successfully met your goals?
A - Achievable. Do you have the skills required to achieve this goal? If not, then can you obtain them? What is the motivation for this goal? Is the amount of effort required on par with what the goal will achieve?
R - Relevant. Why am I setting this goal now? Is it aligned with overall objectives?
T - Time. What is the deadline and is it realistic?
Looking forward to chatting with you in your one on one!