As leaders in Public Safety, we are constantly defining scopes and goals for our organizations and mission. New information, additional intelligence, changing political landscapes, and increasing public expectations requires adjustment to our vision and focus almost overnight. For public safety in America, this year has transitioned from dynamic to volcanic, and has added deep complexity to our mission and goals. In such an environment, SMART goals seem a novel idea that might work “next year”.
But what about SMART Training? During this season of grief and unrest, can we deliver training to our team that is Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relatable, and Timely?