Understanding which leadership style works best for you is vital in reaching success. However, when it comes to goal setting, there are certain things that will help anyone in reaching his or her goals.
To start, writing down goals increases your chances in achieving them by nearly 80 percent. In addition, sharing your goals with others and measuring your progress weekly are also important.
Although, when it comes to the details, choosing which goal-setting method matches your leadership style can be a little tricky. If you’re an “autocratic leader,” where you make your own decisions, don’t listen to others and trust your gut, then your best goal-setting style is likely setting goals that you believe are right and demanding that others meet them. To the contrary, if you’re a “visionary,” then your goal-setting style is likely setting long-term goals in collaboration with others.
There are a number of different leadership and goal-setting styles. Check out Weekdone’s infographic to find out what suits you.
For more goal-setting resources we recommend the following:
- Free OKR ebook
- Employee Guide to Getting Started with OKRs
- OKR examples by job positions
- Weekdone Academy resources page with OKR examples and OKR templates
- How Google sets goals with OKR’s
- Top 10 Questions Managers Have About OKR Goal Setting (Examples and Templates)
- Sign up for Weekdone to share and track your company, team and personal OKR’s