Course Project Milestone 1: SMART Goal Setting Form
Your Instructor’s Name:
Purpose: To develop (2) SMART-formatted goals for selected leadership topics and a corresponding plan of action for achieving the goals. Directions:
1. Please refer to the Milestone 1 guidelines inclusive of the grading rubric found in Doc Sharing for the guidelines of this assignment. 2. Use the form below to complete your SMART goal assignment in Milestone 1. This includes filling in the table with each specific component of your goal; Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time bound. 3. Next, connect all five components and develop a SMART goal in a written sentence form. 4. Next, create a plan of action for each of your two SMART goals, identifying the attributes needed in order to achieve your goals; be specific by creating a timeline of when you plan on doing what; explain how, when, and where you are going to meet or talk with your expert; and identify specific resources you plan on using to help you achieve your goals. 5. When you are finished, submit the form to the Milestone 1 Dropbox by the deadline; Sunday, 11:59 p.m. MT, at the end of Week 2. 6. Please post any questions you have about this assignment in the weekly Q & A forums or contact your faculty member. SMART Goal 1: Leadership Development
S: specificWho is involved in the goal, what is the goal, where will it take place?
| The people that are going to be involved in these leadership goals are my staff nurses, nurse manager, Director of nursing and my college in helping to attain my goal.
| M: measurable(How are you going to achieve the goal?
| I am going to achieve my goals by continuing to work towards earning my BSN by summer 2014 and obtaining my MSN by year 2016 through Chamberlain college. Furthermore, involving in all the leadership skill training offered by my organization to help improve on communication skills and...
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