Goal Management

Make goals social, collaborative, and strategic

In effective organizations, everyone has goals. With TribeHR, employee goals become social and collaborative. When goals are social and collaborative, you can tie them directly to corporate objectives and values, so that every employee understands where they fit and how they contribute to the company’s overall strategy.

Harnessing the power of social goals

Individual employees and managers can easily establish critical goals in TribeHR. Then they can share those goals with colleagues, asking for their support, or even creating a joint goal with shared responsibility for completion.

With TribeHR, teams and departments can also set group, related or dependent goals, linking each of them together.  And all goals can be explicitly tied to company values and objectives, helping you build the culture you want! Harnessing the power of social goals helps you to ensure that employee initiatives are both productive and strategic.

TribeHR Goal Management: What it does

  • Makes it easy for managers and employees to set and track the progress of job-related and personal goals.
  • Enables joint and team goals with shared responsibility.
  • Enables subordinate goals that support or relate to other goals in a hierarchy.
  • Allows employees to either share goals or keep them private.
  • Enables private development goals to support employee development activities.
  • Includes deadlines and due dates for public goals in the company calendar, to keep them top of mind.
  • Displays goals that are overdue (or coming due) on the employee overview page as a quick reminder.
  • Stores progress, changes and any ongoing commentary associated with each goal.
  • Posts the successful achievement of public goals in the company activity stream to encourage the celebration of success.

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