Quarterly Goal Review – How’s Your Progress?

I am taking stock of my performance and meeting with staff to coach them on their progress for goals we set at the beginning of the year.  I find that if you don’t review your goals during the year with some frequency you can get off track.  Just like a rocket going into space there are many course correcting adjustments that are made to get it to it’s target.

I set up a calendar reminder in outlook that pops up every quarter for me to review goals with staff.   I see if there are any resources I can get them to help them meet their goals.

I also have a business group I belong to and we go over our goals on a monthly basis.  I find monthly is a good frequency for me and by having a group that you report to helps to hold members of the group accountable for keeping & making its goals.

Lastly, for some top goals I have I post them in plain view so I am constantly reminded of them further helping me say on track.

How are you doing with your goals?

Published on April 2, 2014 in Uncategorized

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