Writing Performance Review Goals
Performance review goals should be well-written to illustrate good communication, and they should be achievable, concrete and easily measured. Look over previous performance review goals to lay a foundation with instruction from a writing teacher in this free video on writing.
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Hi. I'm Laura from Young Writers Workshops dot com, and I'm going to talk about writing performance review goals. This is a really important skill, because, how well written performance review goals are will determine how well you do in your performance review. So, you want to really come up with goals that are going to be achievable and concrete enough that you'll be able to have demonstrated mastery of them. One first step could be to review your previously goals. If you've already written goals for a previous performance review, you might want to go back over them and pull out any that you haven't achieved yet., and you'll be able to reuse those goals. Also identify any new things that you're doing in your job, and set some goals to go with those. So that will be a way to come up with some new performance goals. You'll also want to go back to your job description and see if there are things in your job description that you haven't done yet, and set a goal that's specific to those new skills. Those will be the things that you'll be able to demonstrate mastery of. Have some ideas of improvements of tasks that you are already engaged in. So, you might set a goal of getting eight articles written instead of seven. Just one step up and that will be something that's like an easy increment that you'll be able to master, but is not redundant. Not something you've already done. So, it's a goal for you to set, that's a little bit higher than what you're already doing. Try to just choose three. Three's a pretty good number of goals. It's probably tempting to add a whole bunch, but three is manageable and it will be respectable, you know, something that look sufficient, and not like you're trying to be an under achiever. So, those are some ideas about how to write performance review goals.