When I checked Facebook Sunday morning, my eye caught a Giants post, “25 Guys…one common goal. Win today!!!” And they did! It got me thinking about how really working together to reach a common goal is essential to success in sports—and is just as important in the workplace. The Giants have something special going. It [...]
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Cascading goals confuses employees and leads to irrelevant and overly ambitious goal setting. Here is why your organization should avoid it.
This morning we announced Social Goals 2.0, our exciting new feature that inspires people to set audacious goals and achieve them. We’re pumped to unveil Social Goals 2.0 to help your team stay focused on achieving the best results. To answer any questions you may have about Social Goals 2.0, our VP of Product Management, [...]
We’ve all been taught that setting goals is a good thing: that they drive performance and motivation. What if that’s only part of the story? Researchers in human change theory and adult learning theory have looked at two types of goals: performance-outcome goals and learning goals. Performance-outcome goals are the ones that we most generally [...]