For some weird reason, January is the time most leaders start thinking about how to improve their goal setting systems and get better, more focused results from their team. One wonders, why. However, like with most other new year’s resolutions, these upgrades to team’s goal setting process fail. And people will be back to the safe, known way of doing things. Because new is always scary and hard. And unless things are going really bad, there is no point in reinventing the wheel. If you want to be one of the leaders who actually improves their team this year, you…

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