What is the difference between result areas, job goals and performance indicators?

Result Areas refer to associated areas of outcomes or outputs for which a role is responsible. These are the areas within the organization where an individual or group is logically accountable for the results.

A Result Area includes the indicators, or questions, relevant to the desired behavior measurement.

Job goals are short-term objectives for specific duties or tasks in your current job position. These goals are usually related to overall company goals or specific department goals. It helps to know what is expected from an employee from their position.

Performance indicators are a measurable value that demonstrates how effectively a company is achieving key business objectives. In other words, they are the KPIs or questions being asked in the evaluation.

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