37 OBJECTIVE Participants will be able to understand the process of setting SMART goals to accomplish a task at the workplace.. INSTRUCTIONS Time needed: 30 minutes Task: Set SMART Goals SMART Goal Setting Difficulty: N/A 1. Write your profession/expertise in the middle of the circle. 2. Write 3 individual goals and objectives inside the circles. 3. Ask yourself the following questions for each Goal / Objective: Specific • What do I want to get done? • Where will I do it? • When will it get done? • Who will be involved? • Which resources are needed and which limits are there? • Why do you want to do it? Measurable • How much? • How many? • How will I know when it is accomplished? Achievable • How can I accomplish this goal? • How realistic is the goal, based on other constraints, such as financial factors? Relevant • Does this seem worthwhile? • Is this the right time? • Does this match our other efforts/needs? • Am I the right person to reach this goal? Time-bound • When? • What can I do six months from now? • What can I do six weeks from now? • What can I do today? 4. Reflect on the above questions to review, if the goals that you have set are SMART. If you don’t have clear answers to the majority of the above questions, it’s better to reorient and rethink your targets.