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  • Writer's pictureJaclyn T. Badeau

Goal Setting – Be Achievable and Relevant

Here’s something to think about it…

As we’ve learned, creating and writing down SMART goals increases the likelihood of success. So how do we make goals “SMART” – picking up from last week’s publication, let’s continue with the next 2 letters of the acronym below:

  • Achievable (Attainable): Goals should be realistic and attainable. They should be challenging but within reach, considering available resources, time, and other constraints.

    • ExampleNot Achievable - “Train everyone by tomorrow.” (FYI-current workload determines this is not possible)

    • ExampleAchievable – “Train 90%+ of the staff by [insert date].”

  • Relevant: Goals should align with the overall mission, vision, and objectives of the individual, team, or organization. They should be meaningful and directly contribute to the desired outcomes.

    • Tip: If your goal does not align with the department and organization strategic plan, this is a quick sign that your goal isn’t relevant.

So, my question to you:

  • How do you plan to rewrite your goal(s) to include the achievable and relevant components?

Are you ready to dig into emotional intelligence, employee engagement, and leadership? I am a People Success Strategist who uncomplicates leading humans so that we can inspire confidence back into your team. By tapping into their authentic human leadership potential, we create space for innovation and growth.

We do this through designing and implementing a system that fosters and protects a strong culture where employees are heard and understood from leadership down. In doing so, individual team members can gain confidence to bravely introduce innovative ideas and grow the company.

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