Performance goals have the greatest effectiveness when they are part of regular discussions and give employees clear ways to measure their progress. A goal that is stated during an annual performance review and then never mentioned again until the next year’s review isn’t going to make much of an impression. To get the most out of your performance goals, help employees identify both job-related and career-related goals, stick to a reasonable number of goals, and follow up regularly.
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