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- Main Title Setting S.M.A.R.T. Goals For Smart Staff Development
Author: Avery, Elizabeth FuselerCreator Type: PersonalCreator Info: University of North Texas
Organizer of meeting: Arcadia UniversityContributor Type: Organization
- Creation: 2012-07-09
- Content Description: This presentation discusses setting goals for staff. This presentation will talk about writing SMART goals that are clear and achievable and that meet the needs of the organization and its individuals for training.
- Physical Description: 23 p.
- Keyword: goals
- Keyword: staff development
- Keyword: planning
- Keyword: libraries
- Conference: Annual Library Management Institute Summer Conference, 2012, Glenside, Pennsylvania, United States
Name: UNT Scholarly WorksCode: UNTSW
Name: UNT LibrariesCode: UNT
- Rights Access: public
- Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc102298
- Academic Department: Libraries
- Display Note: Annotated PowerPoint (ppt) version of this presentation is available for download.
- Display Note: Abstract: This presentation discusses setting goals for staff. Goals can set a course of action for staff and give rationale for decision making on how staff development is presented, funded, and assessed. Organizational goals serve four basic functions: providing guidance and direction, facilitating, planning, motivating and inspiring employees, and helping organizations assess performance for continuous improvement. If goals are not well defined they are meaningless. With the fast pace of change in libraries, while goals are the ends toward which your efforts will be directed, they may need to be changed from year to year or more frequently. This presentation will talk about writing SMART goals that are clear and achievable and that meet the needs of the organization and its individuals for training.