How to transform your learnings into SMARTT goals
SMART goals are a framework for setting objectives that are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. The SMARTT acronym is an extension of the original SMART criteria, adding two additional elements. Here’s what each letter stands for:
- Specific: What needs to be accomplished? Why is it important? Who is involved? Where will it take place?
- Measurable: How will I know when the goal is accomplished?
- Achievable: Is the goal within the team’s reach?
- Relevant: Does this goal matter to me becoming more effective as a team?
- Time-bound: When will the goal be accomplished?
- Trackable: It should have identifiable milestones or indicators of progress.
- Transparent: The goal should be transparent, meaning it should be clearly communicated and understood by all relevant stakeholders. It helps ensure everyone is on the same page and can contribute effectively.
Using the SMARTT framework can help you set clear and focused goals, increase your chances of success, and provide a structured approach to planning and achievement.
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