Goal Setting For Teams and Individuals

AssessTEAM includes a simple goal setting tool for teams and individuals. Goals can either be manager assigned or self-assigned with flexible evaluation options.

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Goal setting software on the cloud

Goal setting is a simple and effective way to have your teams setup and track targets, certifications or competency milestones.

The AssessTEAM employee goal setting system is unique in the way it simplifies the process of goal setting, tracking and reporting.

Goal setting enabled by job title

Retain full control in the goal setting process

Goal setting options can be configured at both the individual and the team level. Access can be given to specific job titles to setup goals for themselves and for their teams. This is most effectively used when there are multiple teams with multiple managers.

Retain full control in the goal setting process
Team goal setting

Team managers or administrators can set up goals in minutes

Goals are often created at the team level with all the team members working together to achieve collective goals. Team goals apply to all active team members. These goals can be evaluated by either the team manager or other persons within the company. All team members see the goals within their result areas, and clarity is maintained on progress in achieving those goals.

Team managers or administrators can set up goals in minutes
Individual goal setting

Employees can create and manage their own goals

Creating goals is a simple process for employees. Goals can be professional, personal, or part of the overall vision of the organization. As part of the goal creation process, employees can schedule completion dates and set them as targets, certifications, or simple competency-based accomplishments. Once goals have been set up, evaluations can be auto-scheduled to collect progress reports.

Employees can create and manage their own goals
Evaluations & reporting

Goal evaluations lead to clear actionable reporting

Goal evaluations can be configured to be sent out weekly, monthly, quarterly or yearly. Employees can also opt to send out evaluations at will. Completed goals are tracked with the requested and actual completion date, and remain part of the employee record. Reporting shows trends on how effectively goals were achieved and if there were any challenges encountered in the process.

Goal evaluations lead to clear actionable reporting

Frequently Asked Questions

How goal setting can affect employee motivation?
When(what time of the year) should we define the employee goals?
How goal setting can affect employee motivation?

The influence of goal setting on employee performance and behavior has been widely discussed and researched. Successfully implementing goal-setting strategies results in employees who are more motivated to complete specific tasks, increases employee morale, and creates a more effective work environment.

When(what time of the year) should we define the employee goals?

The fourth quarter of the business year, or the starting of the new calendar year is the best time to define employee goals. These goals should directly support the direction of the business for the following calendar year.

Although, goals can be created at any time especially those that are connected to training needs, specific events in the organization and one time remedial activity assigned to employees.

How do I manage employee goal setting?
How do I setup smart goals?
How do I manage employee goal setting?

Goals set at the team level that involves all team members working together can be managed either by the team manager or other people within the organization. Every team member can see the set goals within their result areas, and clarity is maintained on the progress of achieving those goals.

Individual employees can also create and manage their own goals at both the professional and personal levels, as well as set goals that meet the overall vision of the organization. Employees can schedule completion dates and set them as targets, certifications, or simple competency-based accomplishments as part of the goal creation process. Once these goals have been set up, evaluations can be auto-scheduled to collect progress reports.

How do I setup smart goals?

An effective way to accomplish organizational goals to help you visualize and achieve success is using the SMART goal method. SMART goals allow you to take specific steps that represent the progress you are making in reaching those goals.

SMART is an acronym used to describe the process of setting goals that stands for “specific,” “measurable,” “achievable,” “relevant” and “time-bound,” – all essential steps in setting objectives. In order to set up SMART goals you simply have to: Make your goal specific, Make your goal measurable, Make your goal achievable, Make sure it is relevant, and Create a time-bound schedule.

Friendly, effective and meaningful support.

Our support team includes experienced HR professionals with decades of real world performance management experience. We offer technical assistance with integrating your data and provide meaningful advice on HR strategies as well. Simply email us at support@assessteam.com

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