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 Post subject: setting up goals? ---review period---
Posted: Mon Apr 28, 2008 7:47 pm 
 
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Joined: Wed Sep 15, 2004 3:15 am
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Location: Huntington beach
Ok so i started working as a sr engineering technician for an rf company , and we get reviews every 6 months and 1 thing they as for is at least 3 goals for yourself..
This has me stumped, I have no goals for myself happy to get by as it is. I dont look to far into the future and really dont want to take on more work
Now in the past i have put just that. "no goals" or "become a vetenarian" this always leads to not so good raises and a setup for layoff and a general wierdness at work. So sinde i am trying to change my attitude would like some help.
so i am sure many of you have to do similiar , just wondering what you put down and how you come about getting these goals. I know there is mostly engineers here but would like to know regardless.




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