In the article I do into the importance of creating not only SMART goals, but SMART-E Goals.
Many of us are familiar with SMART goals - those that are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-bound. What is just as important as these categories is the e. How is the goal exciting? If the goal is not exciting to the person responsible for it, they will likely note get it done.
Accountability is at the heart of high performing teams today. Creating shared commitment for results, and providing the requisite authority and responsibility is key to performance.
I hope that the article will get you thinking about how you support goal setting and accountability within your team.
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