Aligning Employee Objectives with Company Goals. STRATEGY HR SERVICES BENEFITS RPG-SOLUTIONS.COM. ENTER DATE 2010 • RPG SOLUTIONS • RPGBENEFITS.COM. Peter Drucker believes…. Motivation Frequent Communication and Coordination Clarity of Goals – use SMART goals
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STRATEGY HR SERVICES BENEFITS RPG-SOLUTIONS.COM
ENTER DATE 2010 • RPG SOLUTIONS • RPGBENEFITS.COM
Although the terms “goals” and “objectives” are often used interchangeably, there is a difference between them:
Which of these are goals and which are objectives?
“Objectives are not fate; they are direction. They are not commands; they are commitments. They do not determine the future; they are means to mobilize the resources and energies of the business for the making of the future.”
Realistic goals are achievable goals, unrealistic goals are just dreams. It's not necessary to be negative but take time to honestly evaluate whether you're being realistic.
Realistic objectives are those that you have the resources to accomplish including:
When setting objectives that are realistic, ask:
When setting objectives that are time-oriented, ask:
This ensures that you don't get lazy and keeps pushing you on further to meet your targets.
Decide exactly what you expect to create, and how you will recognize it when it comes to be.
Example: "Our Internet Marketing system produces a minimum of $3500 per month in product sales by the end of March with a quarterly increase of at least 5% thereafter.”
Share your most
(Productive, embarrassing, stressful, etc.)
Provide Company Forms
It’s important for your Company’s
Core Values are in alignment with your Performance Reviews