Ready to sum up your 2018  and write New Year resolutions? You promise yourself to travel more, eat less junk food and make it your 42-kilometre distance run this time.

But what about your work?

New Year - is just about time to look back at what has been done during the previous year and set up new ambitious goals. With Heartpace, you can get an overview of your achievements so far and reconsider those requiring your special attention.

It is very simple to track the progress and weekly reminders won't let you give up that easily. You'll always know whether you are on track or you're lagging behind and some of your important objectives are at risk?

Filter objectives by status to see what to focus on:

Of course, it is also just the right time to think of what you want to improve in current processes or what do you want to achieve next year?  And Heartpace is the way to do it in the right way. Right here you can create your new SMART goals.

In the work process it is especially important that your objectives are:

  • Specific (simple, sensible, significant).
  • Measurable (meaningful, motivating).
  • Achievable (agreed, attainable).
  • Relevant (reasonable, realistic and resourced, results-based).
  • Time bound (time-based, time-limited, time/cost limited, timely, time-sensitive).

And it's easy to realize in the system:

For managers, it is also time to get an overview of what has been done by the whole team and follow-up on department goals.

This time you can finally set new, shared objectives so the team members can work collaboratively and each person can make his own contribution to overall progress.

And last but not least, have you ever questioned yourself if all the employees are aware of where are you going and what is the company vision? Don't forget to review it so everyone in your company why they are here in the end and what are the main company goals and values.

Remember, the best time is NOW.

Make sure you set everything up before it's 00:00 and we'll help you to keep focus and be productive.

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