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Set Clear Goals If You Want Your Team To Be More Productive

If you lead or manage in Finance or other support functions, chances are you are really busy. It just seems to be the way it is in my experience. Of course busy doesn’t necessarily mean productive or efficient. You may well have at some point thought about team goals. Or maybe you haven’t. You might wonder what’s the benefits.  They […]

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How To Set Goals That You Actually Achieve

It’s the start of another year and the start of a new decade.  You may have had some downtime over the festive season and come back refreshed. Chances are you will be thinking about all of the things that you are going to achieve this year. Of course there is a huge difference between what you intend […]

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Setting Goals As A Leader and Manager

As a leader or manager of a team you probably realise that there is value in setting goals.  Research into teams also shows that goals are extremely valuable in creating highly productive teams.    Despite leaders, managers and even team members understanding the value of goals, setting goals is a whole lot tougher than most […]

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Writing Goals That You Can Measure

As a leader you are ultimately measured on the results that you achieve.  If you are to achieve results you have to know what you are trying to achieve.  Those who are part of your team also need that clarity on what they are required to deliver.   Sometimes goals are crystal clear.  At other […]

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