About This Chapter
Aligning Jobs, Goals, Purpose & Agenda - Chapter Summary
In this corporate training chapter, you'll find a series of lessons on how to align purpose, agenda, goals and jobs. Some of the subjects covered include the processes of aligning team and company goals, connecting jobs with the purpose of your organization and integrating personal and organizational visions. For easy access at any time that works well for review, we've ensured these lessons are accessible by computer or mobile device whenever needed.
How It Helps
- Creates job fulfillment: Team members who are reaching their organization's goals as well as their personal objectives will be happier and more fulfilled employees.
- Provides insight: Help your leadership and supervisory teams go over the topics necessary to understand how to realize long-term goals for your organization.
- Includes guidance: This chapter provides helpful information for those new to leadership positions who might need a bit more confidence and guidance.
This chapter provides your employees with a helpful way to achieve the following:
- Understand how to connect employees' jobs with the organization's purpose
- Align team and company goals
- Maintain focus on long-term leadership goals
- Integrate personal and organizational visions
1. Aligning Team & Company Goals
Teams are supposed to set goals that support the company's greater goal, but sometimes it's necessary to realign these goals. Let's look at how goals are made and how different echelons work together to successfully accomplish the company's mission.
2. Employee Buy-In: Definition & Explanation
Employee buy-in is when employees are committed to the mission and/or goals of the company, and/or also find the day-to-day work personally resonant. Buy-in promotes engagement and a willingness to go the extra mile on the job.
3. Action Plans for Work Teams: Definition & Development
Want to get stuff done more efficiently? Consider an action plan. In this lesson, you'll learn more about actions plans for work teams, why they're important and how they are developed.
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