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An effective performance management process should create a shared understanding about what needs to be achieved at an organizational level. It should also make clear what individuals or teams have to do, learn, and develop to be successful within that context. Unfortunately, more often than not, this isn’t the case when it comes to performance management.
One of the crucial aspects of the performance management process is setting goals. Goal setting helps employees understand what’s expected of them. It benefits them by improving their motivation, satisfaction, and determination. Goal setting also adds value to an