As a manager, your success depends on your team’s success. What better way than to get your team motivated and to come up with high performance goals. They take ownership of their success and free up your valuable time so you can focus on the bigger picture and the growth of your organization. If you asked your employees if they have goals, most will say yes. However, when pressed to articulate their goals, too often, their goals amount to only a vague idea or pipe dream, with little knowledge of the process needed to make it all happen. What follows? Missed expectations, disappointment and a breakdown in communication.
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