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Setting & Working With Team Goals
Setting & Working With Team Goals

A quick guide to tracking team level objects in Duuoo.

Magnus Stawicki Blak avatar
Written by Magnus Stawicki Blak
Updated over a week ago

We built Team Goals to make it easier to lead a successful team and reach your goals together by setting, tracking and discussing team level objectives in meetings and on the fly.

Our latest iteration of Team Goals works a bit different than previous versions. If you've used Team Goals in the past, the biggest change you'll notice is that instead of linking Individual Goals to Team Goals, Team Goals are now made up of tasks that can be assigned to specific team members, and thus completely separate from Individual Goals.

How do they work?

  • Manager can make team goals in the Goals tab of the team page

  • Each team goal is named, given a due date and 'assigned' to the team member or team members who are taking primary responsibility for the completion of the goal - this can be one team member, several team members or every team member

  • There's also an option to add a High Level Description of the team goal, as well as a Clearly Defined Outcome, however it's not mandatory

  • Team goals are made up of tasks, each of which must be assigned to an individual team member and given a due date

  • Team goals will be part of team meetings

Creating a team goal

To create a team goal go to Goals tab on your team page and you'll find Add a team goal button to get started!

Once you do so, the first step is to enter the name of the team goal.

Once you've done that, you'll need to decide which team members are taking primary responsibility for the goal; this can be one team member, several team members or all team members.

The next step is to set a due date for the goal and, if you wish, a high level description and a clearly defined result. While you don't have to fill in these fields, they can be extremely helpful to ensure the goal is clearly and specifically defined and that everyone on the team understands what the outcome should be.

From there, you'll have the option to set specific tasks that need to be complete in order to see the team goal come to fruition. These tasks will be assigned to individual team members and will each have their own due date.

Finally, click the 'Add goal' button at the bottom, or if you've edited a goal, click the 'Update goal' button, and this will save your team goal and/or any changes you've made to it.

Once a team goal is saved, the team member(s) who is responsible for the team goal will have the option to specify the current state of the Progress and Energy (you can think of this as the morale) using one of three emojis: positive, neutral and negative. These are not set in stone, and can always be adjusted to reflect the current circumstances.

At the top of every team goal, beside the Progress and Energy level indicators, they'll also be a summary of how many tasks there are in total within the goal are and how many have been completed so far.

Tasks can be marked as completed by their owners during a meeting or on the fly, and all other team members participating in the goal will be able to see these updates on their end.

Team goal visibility:

  • Managers can see team goals and all individual from the goals tab on their team page

  • Team member who is contributing to that team goal from their own goals tab on their profile page.

During a team meeting:

  • All current team goals will be displayed in the beginning of every team meeting and updates that have occurred since the last meeting will be highlighted.

  • As the meeting progresses and the agenda items are discussed, a team goals tab on the right side of the screen will give the team the option to create new team goals.

Great! You got it all to build a successful team - start setting your team goals today 🙌

See also

And finally - support your continuous goal setting process with giving continuous feedback!

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