Setting learning goals sets the guidelines for the learning process. A good goal is concrete, measurable and achievable. Learning goals may also include the number of repetitions in a given exercise, number of pages read, or other measure for countable learning efforts to be performed by a specific date. Setting concrete goals helps to set a concrete learning plan and to see, whether one is proceeding in time towards the right goals.
Making goals black and white helps to stick with them. Therefore it is often a good idea to write down your goals and share them with the people who can help you to achieve them.
What concrete goals you could set for yourself to master a skill you want to practice?
What metrics you could use to measure the development of your team and to set more concrete goals?