Teamwork Part 4: SMART Goals

SMART goals allow you to manage roles and responsibilities, as well as expectations of yourself and others. Time to learn about SMART Goals for teams!SMART goals allow you to manage roles and responsibilities, as well as expectations of yourself and others. Time to learn about SMART Goals for teams!

Bible Verse: Eph 4:11″And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers.”

Acts 15- AD 55 –James, Peter and Paul and the Council of Jerusalem

Quote: It’s amazing what you can accomplish if you don’t care who gets the credit. ! Harry S. Truman

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Refining ones goals means making SMART goals

Specific, Measurable, Attainable. Realistic, Timely

SMART goals allow you to manage roles and responsibilities, as well as expectations of yourself and others.   Without them, conflict will arise more quickly.

Goldilocks Principle – Not too hard, not too easy, just right.

Assessments and feedback loops are important to teams reaching their full potential.

Adjust for those on the team who “drag” the system and realize that often the drag has to do with the bigger story, not just our personal small story.

Lim Facs- Limiting Factors – what disturbances are you likely to run into?

Role Definitions and Hierarchy. Power is a means to the end, not the end and often people get hung up on hierarchy as a power trip rather than as a way to build clearly defined dream teams.

 

Resources- Books/Movies/Articles/You-Tubes/Podcasts

Acts 15 –the Council of Jerusalem- James, Peter and Paul

5 Common Topics ebook 

 

True North Classes

Writing Club

Jr. High Writing Club 

Art Club 

Speech Club 

Debate Club

 

True North Blog posts

Clubs

Whose ever heard of the 5 Common Topics

Using Teamwork in your homeschool

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