Think this article is really amazing and it relates to my previous post.
Goal setting is vital to the success of every team – and the process also increases brain performance. According to neuroscience consultant Marilee Sprenger in ” The Leadership Brain for Dummies,” the brain sees goal-setting as an extension of itself – it takes ownership of the goal and the accomplishment.
But what do you do when your team has different kinds of “brains” trying to set goals? Could it be that you need to consider two kinds of goals?
The SMART approach to goal-setting is linear, logical, and very left-brain oriented. Those teams that think in a left-brained format appreciate this type of goal setting because it is easy to track and measure. SMART goals are:
- Specific – each goal specifies your target exactly.
- Measurable – each goal must be measurable so you know when you’ve reached it – or not.
- Achievable – a goal that is within reach…
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