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Goals paul baranay

  1. 1. Why Goals Matter PAUL “BEARZ” BARANAY L3 – BROOKLYN, NEW YORK Northeast judge conference Winter 2014
  2. 2. • Provide focus for an event. • Something to strive towards. • Distinguish yourself during event selection. Why Do Goals Matter?
  3. 3. Qualities of Goal-Setters • Rules and Policy Knowledge • Leadership, Presence, & Charisma • Mentorship • Teamwork and Diplomacy • Penalty and Policy Philosophy • Communication Skills • Attitude and Maturity • Self-Evaluation • Assessment of Other Judges • Program Construction & Philosophy • Stress and Conflict Management • Investigations
  4. 4. Qualities of Goal-Setters • Rules and Policy Knowledge • Leadership, Presence, & Charisma • Mentorship • Teamwork and Diplomacy • Penalty and Policy Philosophy • Communication Skills • Attitude and Maturity • Self-Evaluation • Assessment of Other Judges • Program Construction & Philosophy • Stress and Conflict Management • Investigations
  5. 5. • Ask Culture - It's OK to ask for anything at all, but you might get “no” for an answer. • Guess Culture - You avoid putting a request into words unless you're pretty sure the answer will be yes. Guessers and Askers http://ask.metafilter.com/55153/Whats-the-middle-ground-between-FU-and-Welcome
  6. 6. Guessers and Askers
  7. 7. “Have fun, see old friends, make new friends, don’t screw up” are not goals; they are minimum expectations. – Riki Hayashi Setting “Good” Goals
  8. 8. • Some possible starting points: • Time: Event-specific or long-term. • Scope: Local community, state, region… • Person: Yourself, or others. • Self: Areas for improvement and strengths. • What level do you want to be? Why? • What events do you want to work? Why? • What role do you want to have? Why? • Who are your role models? Why? Setting “Good” Goals
  9. 9. •Specific •Measureable •Attainable •Relevant •Time-bound SMART Goals
  10. 10. • State exactly what you hope to accomplish. • What? • Who? • Where? • When? • Why? • Write things down! Specific
  11. 11. • If a goal isn’t measureable, it’s impossible to know how close you are to realizing it. • Motivational. • Break into parts. • Write things down! Measureable
  12. 12. Attainable
  13. 13. • Goals should be in the “growth zone” – challenging, but not impossible. • How can I accomplish this goal? • What are my resources? • Local judges and players • Regional Coordinator / Regional Captain Attainable
  14. 14. • Relevant goals drive you and your team forward. • Is this the right time? • Are you the right person? Relevant
  15. 15. • Set a deadline for yourself. • Tell others about your deadline. • Designate someone else who is allowed to hold you accountable. • What do you do if you slip up? Time-bound
  16. 16. • Evaluate • Re-evaluate • Judge context: • Reviews • Self-reviews • Event-specific or not SmartER Goals?
  17. 17. • Communicate your goals. • Head Judge • Team Lead • Team members • Basically anyone! • Check in with each other periodically about your goals. Goals at Events
  18. 18. • Good goals: • Succinct. • Specific to that event or that type of event. • Distinguish yourself. • Judge managers vary. Goals on Cover Letters
  19. 19. • Review another judge. • Specific? • Attainable? • Measurable? • Relevant? • Time-bound? • Review an L3+ at my next GP and finish the review within two weeks. Goal Workshop
  20. 20. • Head Judge a PTQ. • Specific? • Attainable? • Measurable? • Relevant? • Time-bound? • Talk to my RC about Head Judging a PTQ when I see him at the judge conference in March. • Ask the Head Judge of my next PTQ in February if I can shadow him. Goal Workshop
  21. 21. • Gain more experience so I can test for Level 2. • Specific? • Attainable? • Measurable? • Relevant? • Time-bound? Goal Workshop
  22. 22. • Improve my communication with other judges so I can achieve better customer service and happier players. • Ask an L2 on staff to quiz me about casting spells. • Talk to the L3 Head Judge about scheduling a test date. • Write a review of the Head Judge of my next event. Goal Workshop
  23. 23. • Advance to Level 3. • Specific? • Attainable? • Measurable? • Relevant? • Time-bound? Goal Workshop
  24. 24. • Review the 12 Qualities and work on my a self-review on Monday. • Request to work with a specific L3 at GP DC who can write me a rec. • Share my plans with my RC. • Ask my mentors/friends to help me rate myself in each of the Qualities. Goal Workshop
  25. 25. • Head Judge a Legacy Open. • Specific? • Attainable? • Measurable? • Relevant? • Time-bound? • Sometimes, the end point isn’t actually relevant. • Perhaps your goal should be to become the kind of judge that would be capable of Head Judging an Open. Goal Workshop
  26. 26. • Guess Culture, Ask Culture • SMART goals: • Specific • Measureable • Attainable • Relevant • Time-bound • Communication is key. Recap
  27. 27. • Email: paul.baranay@yale.edu • Facebook: Paul Baranay • IRC: bearz • Twitter: @twotwobearz Questions?

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