Adam and Jeannie share tips for helping employees understand, align, and stay motivated to achieve goals.

You’re setting goals, but are they setting in?

Everyone sets goals to drive their business forward… But teams, departments, and the individuals within them have goals of their own. Keeping all those smaller goals in tune with the greater mission of an organization is challenging! That’s why most businesses seem to look at articles explaining OKR vs KPI because both of these business strategies seem to be popular. When setting and tracking goals and targets, it’s always beneficial to try and find ways to speed up the process of reaching these objectives. By integrating both of these into your business plans, goals and targets should be reached quicker and more effectively. They can also help employees track their targets, meaning that all members of staff should have a clear idea of what they’re working towards.

It’s critical to make sure employees understand what their mission is and what their specific goals have to do with company-wide objectives. They need to stay connected not only to the actions that lead to success, but to the why.

Today, Adam and Jeannie are sharing expert tips on articulating goals, aligning them with the company mission, and keeping employees emotionally invested in achieving them.

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