Smart Goal

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Course Project Milestone 1: SMART Goal Setting Form Your Name: | Date:05/17/2013 | Your Instructor’s Name: |

Purpose: To develop (2) SMART-formatted goals for selected leadership topics and a corresponding plan of action for achieving the goals.
Directions:
1. Please refer to the Milestone 1 guidelines inclusive of the grading rubric found in Doc Sharing for the guidelines of this assignment. 2. Use the form below to complete your SMART goal assignment in Milestone 1. This includes filling in the table with each specific component of your goal; Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time bound. 3. Next, connect all five components and develop a SMART goal in a written sentence form. 4. Next, create a plan
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| I am going to be involved in this implementation with leadership team, nurse manager and director of nursing. | M: measurableHow are you going to achieve the goal? | This goal will be achieved by organizing in-services to discuss these problems, giving each staff the printed version of the policy to sign after reading, reviewing the organization’s policies and protocol on absence and tardiness from work. As well as how it could result into termination from work. | A: attainableWhat resources/expert available to assist you with attaining your goal? | This is attainable through the cooperation of the nurses, showing up on time for work to relieve the end of shift nurses, calling the unit in advance if there is going to be a delay or absence to work. Also with the monitoring of the staff roaster on a daily basis by the nurse manager, leadership team and Director of nursing to see the trend or pattern of absence. | R: realisticIs this goal something that is realistically obtainable in a professional practice? | This is a realistic goal and it will be attained through some adjustment in the system. For example giving a disciplinary action to any nurse with more than 3 call outs in a month, giving incentive to the nurse with perfect attendance throughout the year, flexible scheduling due to family emergency with advance notice, creating a swapping list for nurses to switch schedules,

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