Most of us have plenty of goals that we set in our lives – health, financial, personal.
And today we’re talking about team goals or organizational goals.
But before we get to that, I want you to think about it as a team member, as an individual contributor. Have you ever had someone hand you a goal? And if that’s ever happened to you, how did that feel? Did you feel much ownership of it? Did you feel like you really wanted to achieve it? How successful were you in achieving it?
When I worked in corporate America, I can remember goals being handed to me and I had more questions than answers.
You see, for us as leaders, it’s often easier to simply hand a goal to our team. But when we set goals collaboratively, we can get a lot of other great benefits.
In this episode, I’m sharing why you should set goals collaboratively with your team.
Tweet it out: Accountability isn’t a dirty word – though some act like it is. Being accountable is simply taking ownership and responsibility. When we talk about it all the time – and not just when things go badly – people won’t think accountable is a dirty word after all. @KevinEikenberry
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