Examples of goals and targets

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Examples of goals and targets by Mind Map: Examples of goals and targets

1. Punctuality

1.1. Arrive at work on time 98% of the time.

1.2. Arrive at meetings on time so as not to inconvenience other participants.

1.3. Return from breaks on time 98% of the time.

1.4. Notify your supervisor at least one hour before scheduled arrival if you anticipate arriving late.

1.5. Clock in and out in accordance with company procedures 100% of the time.

1.6. Begin working within five minutes of arriving at work.

1.7. Arrive on time for meetings with customers 98% of time.

2. Attendance and Absenteeism

2.1. Limit less serious health-related absences to seven days per year.

2.2. Use sick days only for health reasons or for other reasons approved by supervisor in advance.

2.3. Provide documentation, as required in company policy, for any absences greater than three consecutive work days.

2.4. Arrange in advance with supervisor for any absences not related to health (e.g., child care).

2.5. Notify supervisor of emergency absences as soon as possible.

3. Organization and Use of Time

3.1. Keep personal work space tidy and well organized.

3.2. Spend five minutes or less a day on personal phone calls.

3.3. Develop a plan to complete work before requesting time away from work.

3.4. Schedule vacation time by negotiating with supervisor to mutual satisfaction.

3.5. Adhere to company policy regarding eating and drinking at desk.

3.6. Replace any shared equipment or resources as soon as possible.

3.7. Ensure that others can find things you have organized or moved.

3.8. Ensure that no more than one minute per call is spent finding a customer information file.

3.9. Balance work-space functionality and neatness.

3.10. Manage multiple projects at the same time with no delays resulting from disorganization.

3.11. Meet project milestones at least 90% of time.

3.12. Maintain project time sheets as agreed upon with supervisor.

3.13. Maintain billable hours according to company standards.

4. Assessment

4.1. Identify the two most important specific skill gaps that might impede work performance.

4.2. Determine at least one means (formal and/or informal)

4.3. to close each of the skill gaps identified.

4.4. Identify and communicate career goals to manager and develop a career development plan, to be updated each year.

4.5. Choose one area of new skills to acquire that will expand your current abilities to prepare you for other responsibilities and then specify the outcomes you expect.

4.6. Target one aspect of personal development and specify criteria by which coworkers will assess your growth in that area.

5. Formal Learning

5.1. Research training options to identify the most cost- effective training methods for each of the areas identified for development.

5.2. Attend at least one work-related training seminar per year.

5.3. Attend evening or weekend classes as agreed upon with supervisor and as identified as important for promotion.

5.4. Earn at least a B grade in all company-sponsored college courses.

5.5. Attend one annual professional conference in your field and prepare a report for others in the company.

5.6. Satisfy all conditions required to maintain licensing in your field.

5.7. Report on any formal training attended, within one week of completion, and make recommendations.

5.8. Abide by any agreements made with the company regarding return of service for training.

5.9. Receive zero validated complaints about conduct in seminars and training attended.

6. Informal Learning

6.1. Seek out coaching from more experienced staff members to build your skills.

6.2. Share new skills with coworkers doing similar jobs.

6.3. Request help from the manager before your productivity is negatively affected by insufficient knowledge.

6.4. Communicate that you are willing to receive feedback from supervisors and coworkers.

6.5. Ask others for suggestions about how to do something more efficiently.

6.6. Take the initiative for learning by researching and reading independently and then submitting a written summary to the manager by the end of each month, listing the main research sources used and the articles and books read and outlining what you learned from each.

6.7. Demonstrate initiative when unable to accomplish a task, by consulting manuals before calling for help.

6.8. Show interest in professional development by using personal time for development activities when appropriate.

7. Health

7.1. Take care of health and stress issues to reduce impact on productivity.

7.2. Ensure that there are zero instances of arriving at work under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

7.3. Maintain sufficient physical conditioning to carry out work responsibilities.

7.4. Notify manager if on-the-job injuries may impact productivity.

7.5. Cooperate with manager and/or employee assistance programs to rearrange job responsibilities as required by health issues.

7.6. Attend regular alcohol counseling sessions as agreed upon.

7.7. Participate in the drug-testing program as agreed upon.

7.8. Avoid any conduct that might result in infecting others.

7.9. Attend employee assistance meetings as agreed upon with manager