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Individual performance is the basic building block to organizational success. Clearly defined and communicated goals are powerful tools that help individuals better manage their own efforts, priorities, and day-to-day activities. Effective goals direct organizational resources toward desired outcomes.
When individual efforts are connected like links in a chain to group and company goals organizational productivity has been proven to soar. Learn effective techniques to optimize organizational outcomes by ensuring there is a 'line of sight' connection between the goals established for individuals and organizational objectives. The activities of individuals, teams, departments and divisions all contribute to an organization meeting its mission and effective goals can be the fabric that pulls them all together in alignment.
Learn some practical advice that allows you to put the art of crafting effective goals into action. Learn key communication techniques, how to implement action plans, and how to make goal setting a part of team building. When optimally utilized, goals can also be used strategically as a part of a TQM continuum.
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