Setting the Overall Goal

January 1997
Setting the Overall Goal;1/1/1997, p1
Video Length: 11 minutes. The first step in the performance planning process is to establish an overall goal for the job. This video will teach a simple, practical formula for writing a job goal that is both meaningful and motivating. Viewers will learn about the three steps in planning performance (set the overall goal, determine key result areas, identify specific performance standards) and appreciate why the process works best when it is a collaborative effort between manager and employee.


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