Without clarity, team members are likely to waste energy negotiating roles or protecting turf, rather than focusing on the task. Team goal setting enables a team to clarify what constitutes meaningful results for them. The more team members are involved in agreeing what results they want to achieve the more committed they are likely to be to achieving them. Gaining ideas and commitment at an early stage pays in the longer term. What better way to do this than starting from the top management. Our goal is to have every and each one of the employees to have self-awareness on the importance that everyone in the organization needs to work together towards a shared vision and deliver within the allocated time and cost.
- Consciousness of each one’s role
- Accountability for each other’s output
- Willing to change for improvement