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314 The Leadership Excellence Series Goal Setting and Planning
A goal is a specific objective you and your team must achieve. 1 Definitions
A plan is the blueprint for achieving these goals. 2 Definitions
Specific Measurable Action-oriented Realistic Time-bounded 3 Characteristics of Goals
Involve team members in setting goals. Write each goal. Consider what you must do to achieve it. Regularly review progress. 4 Implementing Goals
reinforces goals makes leaders more future-oriented enables leaders to coordinate decisions ensures efficient use of resources 5 Planning Process Planning:
1. Establish strategies. 2. Set a timetable. 3. Assign responsibilities. 4. Anticipate obstacles. 5. Modify the plan as necessary. 6 Five Steps to Planning
exercise creative ability apply problem-solving skills increase commitment to achieve the established goals 7 Involvement Participation allows team members to:
The DCP enables the club to establish goals and develop a plan to achieve them. 8 The Distinguished Club Program
Goal setting + planning = A successful leader 9 Conclusion
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