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Work Goals

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WORK GOALS

Date:

 

Job Title:

 

1. Review organization mission statement/goals
2. Review job description/duties
3. Make a list of action verbs that describe what you do.

4. Generate ideas for goals that will add value
5. Make them SMART

RELEVANCE Checklist:

-Align w/organization goals

-Target top priorities

-Make best use of talents

-Provide the best results for investment required

-Within reach but provide stretch

Organization Mission Statement/Goals:

 

Duties

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

 

Action Verbs

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

 

VALUE ADDED

RESULTS/GOALS

Learning/Development

Problems/Obstacles

RECOGNITION

EMPLOYEE

Review of past period

How I added value to what we provide...

1.

2.

3.

4.

Skills added

1.

2.

3.

4.

Encountered

 

Rewards received

Plan for future period

To add value to what we provide, I will...

1.

2.

3.

4.

Skills to add

I will learn this...

1.

2.

3.

4.

Solutions

How I will solve this...

Motivation

ENGAGEMENT - 12 questions from Gallup Research

"3 Signs of a Miserable Job"-

Anti-Misery Worksheet

Do you know what is expected? Do you know what top priorities are? Do you understand the importance of the job? Who am I helping? How am I helping?

Is learning encouraged?

Are there opportunities to learn?

Do you have the resources you need?

Do you receive recognition or praise for good work?

Do your opinions matter?

Is there good communication?

ENGAGEMENT LEVEL

LOW

 

 

HIGH

EMPLOYER Review RESULTS/GOALS Learning/Development Problems/Obstacles RECOGNITION

EMPLOYER Provides

COMMUNICATION -how employee adds value

assignments that lead to growth

support for goals

Appreciation/Attention

Listen

Praise/Thanks:

  • verbal
  • email
  • written notes

GOAL PLANS | DEVELOPMENT CENTERCOMMUNICATION | WORK SKILLS | DELICIOUS LINKS | FEEDBACK | RECOGNITION | pdf version

Performance Development at MIT | Goal Form (doc) | Remedies: RELEVANCE, RESULTS, RECOGNITION - goals, communication | See also Daily PlanIt Post

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