West Yorkshire Mentor Guide

Goal Setting

In order to achieve our goals, we often set them using the SMART criteria. Many of us are already familiar with these. S – specific – goals should be set in terms that are precise and clear. What exactly do you want? M – measurable – how will you know when progress has been made or you have reached your target? A – achievable – ensure that goals are within your reach, even if they are a little stretching. R – realistic – goals should be relevant to your work and life and should be realistic in terms of all your other commitments T – time bound – goals should have an end date and even milestones along the way.


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