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Perfect Phrases for Setting Performance Goals :
Hundreds of Ready-to-Use Goals for Any Performance Plan or Review
by Douglas Max, Robert Bacal
Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (March 2, 2004)
Set the bar for outstanding performance
A follow-up to the top-selling Perfect Phrases for Performance Reviews, this book provides managers with phrases and goals that describe expected future performance from their direct reports. A timesaving job aid for any performance review or plan, the book:
Makes it easy for managers to set high performance goals for executives, management, or non-managers employees
Includes many categories of goals, from revenue and productivity goals to quality and personal development goals
• Facilitates the goal-setting process across the organization
Includes a guide to writing a performance plan for any employee
Featuring hundreds of ready-to-use performance goals, this practical job aid makes it simple for managers to set the bar for outstanding future results.
From the Back Cover
Set Effective Performance Goals for Your People--Just Look Up the Right Phrase!
In their previously published, top-selling book Perfect Phrases for Performance Reviews, Robert Bacal and Douglas Max described past employee performance. In Perfect Phrases for Setting Performance Goals, Bacal and Max go a step further with hundreds of precisely-worded future performance goals. Use these "perfect phrases" in the context of an annual performance review to let your people know what is expected of them in the coming year, or use them in regular "performance planning" meetings to:
Focus your people on the most important parts of their jobs.
Clearly communicate your expectations
Align employee goals with organizational priorities
Improve productivity and morale in the workplace
Reduce disagreements during performance reviews
Raise the bar for performance
You will find ready-to-use performance goals for both managers and employees, in many categories including sales and profit goals, quality and productivity goals, on-time performance personal development goals, and much more. This practical job aid makes it easy for managers to raise the performance bar, and focus their people on the organization's top priorities.
Douglas Max is managing director of LR Communications, a firm that conducts on-site seminars in writing and presentation skills.
Robert Bacal is author of Managing Performance and other books on managing Human Resources. His performance management website, work911.com, is visited by thousands of people every month.