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How should I develop goals for my job?

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I work as an HR professional in a nonprofit company. I was asked by my boss to write goals and a mission statement for my job. I'm lost! How should I get started on this project? Can anyone share brief examples of goals and a mission appropriate for an HR generalist?—Hala, Egypt

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Susan May 2, 2011 at 10:26 am

Go to this link with advice about conducting effective performance reviews: http://www.businessmanagementdaily.com/glp/25459/performance-review-examples.html
You can download the entire report, but even the summary (of the 10 tips) will give you plenty of ideas to get started … Report includes examples of employee performance evaluation, writing employee reviews, a sample performance review and employee evaluation forms shows you how to conduct positive, valuable assessments that lead to maximizing staff performance and helping your employees achieve their professional goals and your organization’s objectives.


Peg April 28, 2009 at 4:24 pm

At the beginning of the year we spent some time brainstorming the strengths and weaknesses of our department, then set goals based on that analysis.


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