Opportunities to develop leadership skills are everywhere in community engagement. Student leaders are challenged to clearly express their ideas and goals, to recruit others to share their vision, to try and fail and try again, and to resolve conflict and build trust. They also have to manage time and resources, set measures of accountability for themselves and others, and establish open roads for communication.
SMART goals should be positively focused on something that is to be achieved – not something that is to be avoided.
Goal #1: Personal leadership development goal
Goal #2: Goal for the development of the organization