SMART Goal Setting Form

SMART Goal Setting Form ORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED AND ORIGINAL ESSAY PAPERS ON SMART Goal Setting Form NR447 Milestone 1 Guidelines.docx NR447 Milestone 1 Form.docx attachment_1 attachment_2 Course Project Milestone 1: Guidelines and Rubric: SMART Goal Setting Purpose The purpose of the Course Project, “Experiential Leadership Plan,” is to further the application of leadership aspects of the nursing profession through interactive discussion and participation with topic area experts. The purpose of Milestone 1 is to develop SMART-formatted goals for selected leadership topics, which will be submitted on a form. SMART Goal Setting Form Course Outcomes Completion of the project enables the student to meet the following course outcomes: CO1: Apply leadership concepts, skills, and decision making in the provision of high quality nursing care, healthcare team management, and the oversight and accountability for care delivery in a variety of settings (PO 2). CO2: Implement patient safety and quality improvement initiatives within the context of the interprofessional team through communication and relationship building (PO 3). CO3: Participate in the development and implementation of imaginative and creative strategies to enable systems to change (PO 7). CO4: Apply concepts of leadership and team coordination to promote the achievement of safe and quality outcomes of care for diverse populations (PO 4). CO5: Apply improvement methods, based on data from the outcomes of care processes, to design and test changes to continuously improve the quality and safety of healthcare (PO 8). CO6: Develop a personal awareness of complex organizational systems and integrate values and beliefs with organizational mission (PO 7). CO7: Apply leadership concepts in the development and initiation of effective plans for the microsystems and/or system-wide practice improvements that will improve the quality of healthcare delivery (PO 2 and 3). CO8: Apply concepts of quality and safety using structure, process, and outcome measures to identify clinical questions as the beginning process of changing current practice (PO 8). Due Dates Milestone 1 consists of the completion of the SMART goal form, located in Doc Sharing. Submit Milestone 1 to the Milestone 1 Dropbox by Sunday, 11:59 p.m. MT, by the end of Week 2. Points This milestone is worth 150 points . Directions Reflect on your practice and consider actions that will help you enhance your knowledge, skills, and attributes (KSAs) that relate to the Course Outcomes in the two defined topic areas identified below. Download the NR447 Milestone 1 Form from Doc Sharing. Develop two (2) SMART goals, one for each of the following areas of leadership. If you are not currently working and are a full-time student, you might consider using your previous college as the organization to work with, or choose an organization you hope to work for in the future and use this project to make some key contacts. #1: LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT What do you need to do to build stronger communication or leadership skills so that you create a culture of safety and quality within your unit, department, or organization or an organization that you are seeking employment with in the future? Possible KSAs for Goal Setting : conflict resolution, becoming influential, leading change, communication about the patient, communication organization-wide, creating a “just” culture, or crucial conversations. #2: ORGANIZATIONAL PLANNING Over the next 1-3-5 years, where is your organization, department, and/or unit going? How can you identify and become involved in the strategic initiatives of your organization in the next few weeks? How can you support your organization’s mission during the next few weeks? If you are not currently working, select an organization you think you would like to work with in the future as a nurse leader and research its mission and vision. How could you contribute to this mission and vision? Possible KSAs for Goal Setting based on your organization’s goals: improving organizational performance through planning quality initiatives, beginning the MAGNET journey or continuing the journey for re-certification, a Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goal the organization has committed to achieving, or perhaps your organization is building or expanding services. Examine the CCN library databases that will help you find information on each of the topic areas. Identify peer-reviewed articles and a credible website related to each topic area. Select and recruit an informational expert to discuss your goals and help you evaluate your outcomes. Develop two (2) leadership goals (one in each topic area) to reflect the attributes of a SMART goal format: S – Specific (Who is involved in the goal, what is the goal, where will it take place?) M – Measurable (How are you going to achieve the goal?) A – Attainable (What resources/expert available to assist you with attaining your goal?) R – Realistic (Is this goal something that is realistically obtainable in a professional practice?) T – Time bound (What specific dates or weeks will you accomplish each task of your project goal?) Example NOT in SMART format: I will learn how to be a manager . This goal is lofty, not measurable, and unattainable in the time allotted, probably not realistic, and not time bound. Example in SMART Format: I will learn the disciplinary process of an employee who has excessive absences, by locating the organization’s attendance policy and meeting with the unit manager, reviewing peer-reviewed articles and credible websites to obtain information on the disciplinary process by Week 4. This is a SMART goal that is specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time-bound. S- Specific Who – I What – Learn the disciplinary process of employees who have excessive absences Where – An organization M -Measurable How: Through locating the organization’s attendance policy A -Attainable Resources/Expert: Meeting with the unit manager, reviewing peer-reviewed articles and credible websites R -Realistic Realistically obtainable: Access to the organization, policies, and unit manager T- Time bound Specific dates: By Week 4 Construct a plan of action for each SMART goal, identifying the attributes needed in order to achieve your goals; be specific by creating a timeline of when you plan on doing what; explain how, when, and where you are going to meet or talk with your expert; and identify specific resources you plan on using to help you achieve your goals. Example Plan of Action: Seek approval to review the organization’s policies and schedule a meeting/interview with the unit manager by Week 2. Review the policies on disciplinary action by Week 3. Review the American Nurses Association website and peer-reviewed articles in the American Journal of Nursing and Journal of Advanced Nursing by Week 3. Evaluate the findings from the above resources by Week 4. Follow the instructions to enter each SMART goal into the NR447 SMART Goal form. Organize your content logically and write clearly. Check for any grammar or spelling errors before submission. Make sure that your name is on the form! Submit your completed NR447 SMART Goal Form to the Milestone 1 Dropbox by Sunday, 11:59 p.m. MT at the end of Week 2. Grading Criteria: Milestone 1: Smart Goal Setting Category Points % Description Development of Two Leadership SMART Goals 80 53% Develops two leadership SMART goals, using the SMART goal format containing specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time bound goals. Plan of Action for Each SMART Goal 50 33% Constructs a plan of action for each SMART goal, identifying the attributes needed in order to achieve each goal; creates a timeline, explains how the plan will unfold, and which specific resources/expert will be reviewed in effort to achieve each goal. Clarity of Writing 20 14% Clearly written goals are transcribed onto the form. Content is organized, logical, and with no more than one grammar, spelling, or syntax errors. Grading Rubric for Milestone #1: SMART Goal Setting Assignment Criteria Outstanding or Highest Level of Performance A (92-100%) Very Good or High Level of Performance B (84-91%) Competent or Satisfactory Level of Performance C (76-83%) Poor, Failing, or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance F (0-75%) Total Development of two (2) leadership SMART goals 80 points Develops two SMART goals; one from each leadership criteria. Both goals are written using the SMART goal format containing specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time bound goals. 74-80 points Develops two SMART goals; one from each leadership criteria. Both goals are written using the SMART goal format; however, one of the components in either of the two goals is not specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, or time bound goals. 67-73 points Develops two SMART goals; one from each leadership criteria. Both goals are written using the SMART goal format; however, more than one of the components in either of the two goals are not specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, or time bound goals. 61-66 points Develops fewer than two goals and/or the goals developed do not follow the SMART goal format. 0-60 points /80 Plan of Action constructed for each of the two (2) SMART goals 50 points Constructs a plan of action for each of the two SMART goals, identifying the attributes needed for goal achievement; a timeline and a plan; resources and an expert are mentioned in the plan for each goal. 46-50 points Constructs a plan of action for each of the two SMART goals; however, one of the identifying attributes (a timeline, plan, resources, or an expert) needed for goal achievement in either of the two goals is missing. 42-45 points Constructs a plan of action for each of the two SMART goals; however, more than one of the identifying attributes (a timeline, plan, resources, and/or an expert) needed for goal achievement in either of the two goals are missing. 38-41 points Constructs a plan of action for fewer than two goals and/or multiple identifying attributes (a timeline, plan, resources, and/or an expert) needed for goal achievement in both of the goals are missing. 0-37 points /50 Clarity of Writing 20 points Clearly written goals (2) are transcribed onto the form. Content is organized, logical, and with no more than one grammar, spelling, or syntax error. 18-20 points Clearly written goals (2) are transcribed onto the form. Content is organized and writing is understandable with no more than two grammar, spelling, or syntax errors. 16-17 points Clearly written goals (2) are transcribed onto the form. Content is organized and writing is understandable with no more than three grammar, spelling, or syntax errors. 14-15 points Information is not filled in correctly on the form. Content is disorganized and writing is unclear with numerous grammar, spelling, or syntax errors. 0-13 points /20 Points Possible= 150 TOTAL Points Earned Get a 10 % discount on an order above $ 100 Use the following coupon code : NURSING10

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