My Most Important Short-Term Goals For A Master's Program

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Introduction All long term goals are achieved by accomplishing a series of short term goals. In this SLP, I will analyze three of my most important short term goals and why they are important to my future. For each goal I will explain what skills and knowledge I will need in order to accomplish them. Also, I will explain how I plan to keep myself accountable for each and how those goals will be measured. So let us take a look at the first goal, becoming a trainer for new employees.
Goal 1 of 3 My organization is constantly in a cycle of processing through new employees. As a result, there are not enough experienced employees to train all the new trainees. One of my short term goals is to become of the Item Manager trainers. This is important
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It will also be a great way to start to develop employees, which will be great experience for when I become a supervisor one day. It connects with my personal values and desire to help and encourage others. I had a great trainer when I first got hired on but I had friends that were not so fortunate so it is important to me to put this knowledge that I have learned on the job and throughout my Master’s program to help others. I will measure my achievement by the success and growth of my trainees. Their development will be a direct reflection of what I teach them and the opportunities that I provide. Our area is due to receive new trainees in July, so I plan to tell my boss that I am willing to take on that responsibility when they get to the office. I will hold myself accountable by making milestones from my own personal training schedule and what they will need to know for each stage of the trainee review boards. By sticking to these training plans, …show more content…
This is such an important goal to me because I feel the need to put my leadership skills, degree and experience to better use and make a difference in the squadron while obviously getting a better paycheck. This connects with my personal values because I know I will be able to positively influence employee’s lives while also being an incredible asset to the Air Force. I will count every interview as a small success because they will just better prepare me for the next interview I go on until I get the job I really want. Although I hope to achieve the promotion by the end of the year, I will apply for every opening I see for that position in USAJobs and prepare my best for each interview. Once I finish up this Master’s degree program and take a few more supervisor based classes the only other thing I can think to do to improve my chances of getting the job are to participate in some interview practices and resume workshops. In order to achieve this goal I need to take more leadership and mentoring training courses that would help me as a future supervisor. I have learned so many things not to do from my current supervisor. “One of the worst situations that a leader can get into is to get all the facts wrong” (Clark, 2010). I have learned this first hand from a supervisor that does not like to listen. This motivates me to become a supervisor so that I can ensure people are being heard and

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