Smart Goal Template

SMART goals help improve achievement and success.  A SMART goal clarifies exactly what is expected and the measures used to determine if the goal is achieved and successfully completed.  A SMART goal may be used when drafting Maintenance or a Growth Goal.

A SMART goal is:

Specific: Linked to a team role, team goals/mission, and/or overall personal goals and performance base metrics.  Answers the question—Who? and What?

Measurable: The success toward meeting the goal can be measured.  Answers the question—How?

Attainable:  Goals are realistic and can be achieved in a specific amount of time and are reasonable.

Relevant: The goals are aligned with current tasks and projects and focus in one defined area; include the expected result.

Time Based: Goals have a clearly defined time-frame including a target or deadline date.

Example of a Smart Goal

Not a SMART goal:

Keep game wins above 51% and get better at the game.

This does not identify a measurement or time frame, nor identify why you would need to win 51% of or games it how getting better at the game would achieve that.

SMART goal:

Every Friday, I’ll look over my Practice Notebook and review all of the matches I’ve played this week. I’ll review those notes and watch back any replays that showcase how we either won or lost the match. Once I’ve watched my replays I’ll ask for feedback from my teammates and coach on how they would rate my performance and other ways we can better collaborate to improve our team work and individual performance.

Please download and fill out the Smart Goal Assessment.

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When completed please submit it to be reviewed.

Please download and fill out the Smart Goal Assessment.

Click HERE to download.

When completed please submit it to be reviewed.

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