team goals vs individual goals

Sat Dharm
Written by Sat Dharm in Transformations
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I was discussing today the concept that I read about in your “Make work more fun” to transfer the annual individual goal-setting from the supervisor/manager to the teams themselves, which then would collectively set individual goals for each team member, the team as a whole and also their supervisor.
I think it’s a great concept and I am very familiar with the pain of annual target stetting and achievement reviews for people that are in my team but basically work without supervision and independent of my role. I actually often feel too removed from their work that I find it hard to objectively judge their achievement by the end of the year and define the right measure for an improvement for the next year.
Therefore this concept makes so much more sense and allows for so much more individual feedback from the whole group that I could see it really be a valuable improvement.
I think the challenge lies a bit in the transition from the current to the new system and the change of mentality that has to go along with it on all sides. Especially opening up to sometimes raw feedback from colleagues that might not be that skilled in the art of giving constructive feedback. How do we prepare the organisation for such a quantum leap of trust and empowerment? Can you maybe point me to a reference that is showcasing how this transition has been mastered in other companies?

Much appreciated

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