Writing SMART Goals

March 27, 2020


admin working on her goals
If you're not already using SMART goals as an executive assistant or administrative professional, get started now.

Looking for a way to prove you take your career progress seriously? Walk into your annual review with prepared SMART goals for the following year.

A clearly stated goal needs to meet five criteria: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound (SMART). When you write goals, they should use the following format to support corporate, department, and individual goals.

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