Here are 7 questions you need to
ask to make sure objectives will be
turned into results:
7 Questions You
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7When is the right time to set a goal?
?
When is the right time to set a goal?
Although people are more likely pursue their goals after a birthday
or the first of ...
Have I written down the goals?
?
Have I written down the goals?
Writing down your goals gives
you an 80% higher chance of
achieving them.
Before it’s not w...
Can everyone view the objectives?
?
Can everyone view the objectives?
Clearly communicated and
understandable objectives
have a great impact on
employee engag...
USE AN OKR TOOL LIKE WEEKDONE
TO SET AND MONITOR EMPLOYEE GOALS
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Are my goals SMART?
?
Studies clearly indicate that setting specific, challenging, and
obtainable goals enhances performance.
S pecific
R elevant...
Are all objectives aligned?
?
Employees who set goals that
are based on their personal
strengths, are 7 times more
likely to be engaged in their
work.
A...
Am I out of my comfort zone?
?
Am I out of my comfort zone?
Specific, difficult goals are
positively correlated to
improved performance.
Challenging goal...
Does everyone know their next step?
?
Does everyone know their next step?
63% of study respondents say
that not knowing which work
was the priority was the
bigg...
USE AN OKR TOOL LIKE WEEKDONE
TO SET AND MONITOR EMPLOYEE GOALS
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How to set effective, actionable team goals? Read more: https://blog.weekdone.com/team-goal-setting-questions-to-ask/

The closer we get to the end of the year, the more serious people become with goal setting. That's not a surprise, since we all tend to pursue our goals more likely after a birthday or the first of the month.

Nevertheless, as a team leader, you can't wait for the appropriate moment to set and communicate team goals. You need actionable plan now, today.

Here are 7 questions you should ask when setting team goals. These questions help you reflect on the process and come up with objectives you really need to nail:

1. When is the right time for goal setting?
2. Have I written down the team goals?
3. Can everyone view the objectives?
4. Are my goals SMART?
5. Are all objectives aligned?
6. Am I out of my comfort zone?
7. What is the next step?

Read more: https://blog.weekdone.com/team-goal-setting-questions-to-ask/

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7 Questions You Must Ask When Setting Goals

  1. Here are 7 questions you need to ask to make sure objectives will be turned into results: 7 Questions You Should Ask When Setting Team Goals
  2. 7When is the right time to set a goal? ?
  3. When is the right time to set a goal? Although people are more likely pursue their goals after a birthday or the first of the month, stop waiting for the right time, take action today. A survey of small business owners found that more than 80% don’t track their business goals, 77% of leaders have not achieved their company vision either. 80% 77%
  4. Have I written down the goals? ?
  5. Have I written down the goals? Writing down your goals gives you an 80% higher chance of achieving them. Before it’s not written down, it’s just a wish. On average, you have about 35 thoughts a minute. If your goals are only in your mind, they are invariably jumbled up, vague and uncertain in many ways.
  6. Can everyone view the objectives? ?
  7. Can everyone view the objectives? Clearly communicated and understandable objectives have a great impact on employee engagement. Use management technique practiced by Google - “Objectives and Key Results” to set and communicate goals to your team. Learn more: weekdone.com/resources/objectives-key-results.
  8. USE AN OKR TOOL LIKE WEEKDONE TO SET AND MONITOR EMPLOYEE GOALS weekdone.com
  9. Are my goals SMART? ?
  10. Studies clearly indicate that setting specific, challenging, and obtainable goals enhances performance. S pecific R elevant M easurable T ime-bound A ttainable Are my goals SMART?
  11. Are all objectives aligned? ?
  12. Employees who set goals that are based on their personal strengths, are 7 times more likely to be engaged in their work. Are all objectives aligned? To increase the success rate, make sure personal, team and organizational objectives are all aligned.
  13. Am I out of my comfort zone? ?
  14. Am I out of my comfort zone? Specific, difficult goals are positively correlated to improved performance. Challenging goals lead to higher performance, as opposed to easy goals. Yet, when the goal is beyond reachable, it acts as a de-motivator. Make sure your goals fall in between these extremums.
  15. Does everyone know their next step? ?
  16. Does everyone know their next step? 63% of study respondents say that not knowing which work was the priority was the biggest waste of their time. Goals are useless unless you chunk them down into daily, weekly and monthly tasks required to accomplish them. Focus on the important, exercise effective weekly planning to turn objectives into results. To bring everyone on the team to the same page use PPP process. Learn more weekdone.com/resources/plans-progress-problems
  17. USE AN OKR TOOL LIKE WEEKDONE TO SET AND MONITOR EMPLOYEE GOALS weekdone.com
  18. RELATED CONTENT TIME MANAGEMENT GUIDE HOW TO SET SMART GOALS INTRODUCTION TO OKR - OBJECTIVES AND KEY RESULTS BY WEEKDONE WEEKLY STATUS REPORTS 12 BEST TIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES HOW TO SET S M A R T GOALS Objectives: • ambitious • qualitative • time bound • actionable by the team Key Results: • measurable and quantifiable • make the objective achievable • lead to objective grading • difficult, but not impossible The best practice of setting and communicating company, team and employee objectives and measuring their progress based on achieved results. Objectives and Key Results Company Team Personal

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