7 Questions to Consider When Setting Goals for Your Team (Infographic)

Your team's objectives aren't always the same as your personal goals. Here's how to handle planning for a group.

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By Kate Taylor • Jan 18, 2015

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If you were a kid who hated group projects in school, this infographic is for you.

Setting objectives for a team is very different than coming up with your own personal goals. You can't just set a goal and promise yourself you'll get there – you have to consider the strengths of your team and communicate the goal in such a way that everyone knows their next steps.

Related: 5 Daily Habits That Will Increase Your Productivity Levels

Check out this infographic from employee progress reporting software Weekdone.com for seven questions to ask yourself the next time you're setting team goals. From timing to comfort zones, here's what should be on your mind to help every member on your team succeed.

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7 Questions to Consider When Setting Goals for Your Team (Infographic)

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Kate Taylor is a reporter at Business Insider. She was previously a reporter at Entrepreneur. Get in touch with tips and feedback on Twitter at @Kate_H_Taylor. 

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