Using a SMART goals setting worksheet can help you optimize the way you and your employees set goals in your organization. We have created 2 examples to give you a better understanding of the output and what to consider when you creating a smart goal.
Objective Description here you should specify what the objective is you are setting.
|What is specific about your goal?||Here you need to specify what is specific about your goal|
|How your goal is measurable?||How your goals is going to be measured? You need to have a number next to your goal for example: 'I am going to complete 5 customer onboarding guides'|
|How your goal is achievable?||Is your goal realistic, what are the different steps you are going to take to complete your goal?|
|How your goal is relevant?||You goals should be relevant to what your team and you are trying to achieve|
|By when your expect to complete your goal?||By when are you expecting to achieve your goal|
Objective Description is again required. You will have to specify what is your objective.
|What do I need to do to complete this goal?||You have set the objective now you need to think what you need to complete your goal, what is specific about your goal?|
|How do I measure progress?||You need to measure your goals to ensure you are on track. Here you have to consider performance indicators that will allow you to measure goal progress|
|Do I have the right skillset to complete this goal?||You have to consider if you are the right person to complete this goal or why you are the right person to complete the goal?|
|How your goal is aligned to your work?||Does your goal link with your company objectives and team/department goals? Do you need to collaborate with other people to achieve your goals?|
|What is the time frame to complete your goal?||How long its going to take to complete your goal?|