Goals: Setting a Course for Stretching and Development
AS THEY SAY, you’re never truly successful unless your employees are as well. Unfortunately so many companies and leaders view the performance appraisal and goal-setting process as a mandatory paper chase—a mere form to fill out to justify a merit increase—rather than a true opportunity to heighten employee engagement and inspire career-making results.
Great leaders know how to set up their subordinates for success, and heightened performance and innovation are easier to achieve than you think with the appropriate goal-setting plan in place. So just think of this forecasting exercise as the glue that binds your subordinates to you and allows you to become the best boss they’ve ...