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At the very beginning of the year, you gathered your team together and created a set of lofty — yet attainable — objectives to tackle in the coming year. You definitely had the best of intentions at the time, but there’s a good chance at least some of your goals may have been pushed to the side when things got busy.

Now that June has arrived, it’s time to assemble your staff once again, dust your goals off and see where you’re at. Hopefully, you’ve far exceeded where you thought you’d be at the halfway point of the year, but if you’re not, don’t panic as there’s still plenty of time left to make great things happen.

Reaching Your 2015 Goals

Block some time off on your team members’ calendars and get together to assess the state of your 2015 objectives. Cover these three bases to make your meeting a success:

  1. Re-Evaluate Your Goals: Carefully review the objectives you set in January to see if they still make sense. Things can change at rapid pace in business, so there’s a good chance some of the goals you were working towards might not be as relevant anymore.
  2. Track Your Progress: Check-in with each of your goals to see where you’re at. Ask your employees to come prepared with status updates for the meeting, so you can get a clear picture of how much progress has been made and what you have left to achieve.
  3. Create a Plan for the Next Six Months: Work together to come up with a realistic plan to ensure each and every one of your goals are met by the end of the year. If some of them no longer make sense, set new ones and devise an approach to complete them as a team. Imagine the sense of fulfillment you’ll have when you can look back on the year and see all you’ve accomplished!

If you need assistance finding top talent to add to your team partner with PrideStaff North Dallas. Our team is committed to helping you find the best and brightest candidates in the Greater Dallas Area to fill your temporary, temp-to-hire and direct hire positions.

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