Team goals versus individual goals
When setting goals on Weekly10, you’ll be setting them both at team and individual levels. Team goals won’t appear on an individual team member’s ‘Goals & Questions’ overview tab unless they have individual goals tied to it.
To create a team goal, go to the ‘My Team’s Goals and Questions’ tab, scroll down, and click ‘Create New’.
This time, you’ll need to make sure you tick ‘Yes’ for adding sub-goals. These goals can be contributed to by everybody in the team.
Parent goals versus personal goals
The difference between parent and personal is that parent goals are fed into by personal goals. When setting up a personal goal, you have the choice of setting up a sub-goal, or a personal development goal.
When you set up a sub-goal for an individual team member, you must select a parent goal from your list of team goals.
You can also add personal development goals. These are useful for when team members perform tasks that don’t directly have anything to do with the organisation’s objectives, such as expanding an individual’s skillset.
As you can see, unlike the other individual goals, the personal development goal does not feed into a parent goal due to it being specifically focused on that individual’s development.