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Goal Setting

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Transcript of Goal Setting

Goal Setting
Establishing S.M.A.R.T. Goals
Lesson Objectives
Define goal setting and understand how it leads to success
Outline Immediate, Intermediate, and Long-Term Goals
Discuss S.M.A.R.T. Goals & create personal/athletic goals using this technique
Determine how goal setting positively impacts the success of athletic teams

GOAL!
Assignment
What is Goal Setting?
A plan of action that motivates & guides people to attain their goals.
Goal setting involves breaking up big, impossible looking goals into small incremental goals
Requires consistent discipline and focus

5 Principles of Goal-Setting
1.
Clarity
–clear goals help with understanding the task at hand,

2.
Challenge
– The goal should be difficult and challenging enough to prove motivating, but not so challenging that it’s impossible to achieve.

3.
Commitment –
Get your teammates to buy into the goal. Involve them in the goal-setting process.

4.
Feedback
– Measure your progress and seek advice throughout the pursuit toward the goal.

5.
Task complexity
– Be careful in adding too much complexity to your goals as complexity can impact morale, productivity, and motivation
Types of Goals
Immediate/Short Term Goals
Something you want to do in the near future. The near future can mean today, this week, or this month.

Intermediate Goals
Usually take three to six months—but can take up to 12 months—to accomplish.

Long-Term Goals
Something you want to accomplish in the future. Long-term goals require time and planning.


S.M.A.R.T. Goals
Examples of Good & Bad Goals
A. Run Faster
B. Run at least 11 seconds in the 100 meter dash by October 1st.

A. Gain Weight
B. Gain 6 pounds of muscle by October 15th

A. Eat Healthy
B. Eat at least 6 servings of fruits and vegetables per day.

What is a Team?
A team is a group of people with a high degree of interdependence geared toward the achievement of a goal or the completion of a task.

Goals & Successful Teams
Goals are important because they:

help shape a future direction for the organization
assist in building commitment for the “team” to this future direction
provide a foundation for accountability and performance
assist in mobilizing people and resources toward goal attainment

The Importance of Team Goals
Using the Goal Setting technique & the worksheets provided , develop:
1 Sport Goal
1 Academic Goal
1 Personal Goal

Identify the Immediate, Short-Term, Intermediate, Long-Term Goal for at least one of your goals.



NEXT CLASS
1. Read Pages 33-40 in your course textbook

2. Select one term/concept that you would like to research during our library workshop.

You can pick something that you don’t really know the history of (what does the word “hipster” mean exactly?) or something that has changed over time (For example, “queer” used to just mean weird, then it was a cruel, derogatory term used to describe individuals who were gay, now some people use it proudly – what’s the story behind that?).


Please Post your topic on the Discussion Board before Next Class.
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