Goals give direction, provide clarity on what is important, and motivate people to work better.
While most managers may be aware of these benefits, they may choose not to accord great importance to goal-setting, treating this exercise merely as a formality that needs to be conducted as part of an employee’s performance appraisal process.
However, research proves that goal-setting can be greatly beneficial to employees, their teams and the organisation as a whole.
So, what are the benefits of getting a goal-setting dialogue right? Take this course to find out.