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Aligning Group Goals With Individual Performance Goals

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What does the 'R' stand for in the term SMART goals?

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1. If you were using goal-cascading, who would provide individual employees with their goals?

2. If a goal is customer-facing, it means that:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

SMART goals and approaches that help align an individual's goals with company goals can be very helpful. The questions on this quiz and worksheet will assess your understanding of them.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The question on this quiz and worksheet will be based on the following:

  • Concept the 'R' stands for in the term SMART goals
  • Person who assigns individual employee goals in the goal-cascading process
  • Meaning when a goal is customer-facing
  • Goals that pass the SMART goal setup
  • Way workflow diagrams can help clarify goals

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can correctly define main concepts, such as SMART goals and customer-facing
  • Information recall - remember the information you've learned regarding the usefulness of workflow diagrams
  • Knowledge application -utilize your understanding to provide answers to questions about successful SMART goals

Additional Learning

To discover more about the alignment of group and individual goals, review the connected lesson called Aligning Group Goals With Individual Performance Goals. With this lesson, you will achieve the following objectives:

  • Learn the possible reasons for job dissatisfaction
  • Understand the difference between goals and tasks
  • Know why it is important to focus on the bigger picture when setting individual goals
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