Is it important to set goals at work?
I just came from a team meeting about goals and objectives. It was very productive. But, I'm left with this question because I can set goals to accomplish at work, but if upper management does not do the same or hold people accountable for not meeting the goal, then what is the point?
Your desire to deliver a great days work, that feeling of satisfaction knowing you've given it your best effort, and setting your own work goals that are achievable and fair, will make you a more valuable employee. Don't worry about what other people are doing, focus on yourself. Always put your best effort forward. Others might start to follow your lead when they see what a great job your doing, marvel at your organisational skills and the ability to deliver your goals using your own self initiative and drive.
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