Setting and tracking goals
Use the Career Aspirations and Priorities template you completed in the previous section. If you have not already done so, spend some time considering it to identify what to prioritise in your career right now to achieve your goals.
Committing priorities to Goals in writing is useful for many reasons not the least of which is enabling you to track and celebrate your progress. The Setting Goals template provides an approach to this.
Setting Goals template
A guide and worksheet to help you set SMARTER Goals.
Keep track of your goals
The Career Planning template has the potential to be a comprehensive and dynamic document. One that you review, update and acknowledge your progress with.
The Career Planning template
Use this template to help you plan the steps required to achieve your yearly career goals.
Facilitating a career conversation
All UNSW employees and managers participate in career conversations to enhance and review performance.
myCareer provides guidance and structure for employees and conversation leaders to discuss role expectations, careers, goals, development options and performance feedback.Learn more
Revisiting your goals
Now that you have a plan, what will you do with it? Leave it to gather dust or will it be dog-eared and annotated within a couple of months? Sometimes, it is difficult to get started and other times it’s a case of revisiting those priorities and re-writing your goals.
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