Use this sample and step by step explanation for setting meaningful and inspiring employee performance goals for a change management - change audit manager.

The Change Management - Change Audit Manager works very closely with the internal audit director. He/she is responsible for driving the change over a diverse range of change initiatives using different methodologies, technologies, and disciplines. This position will be supporting all areas of the organization including executive and board members providing them with valued professional and quality support.

Other general duties include appraising the management of risks associated with change designs and delivery of business, reviewing and challenging executives and senior stakeholders on new changes while advising them on the administration of key risks and their potential impact on the change agenda, driving the change strategy as well as providing independent risk-based assurance over a diverse range of change initiatives.

Employee Performance Goals Sample

Employee's Name: Title:
Review Period: __/__/__ to __/__/__ Employee SSN:
Work Location: Supervisor's Name:


  1. Setting Goals: List specific goals in the space provided below each competency under "Performance Goals". Assign an appropriate timeline for each goal as well as numeric or financial terms to measure the goal.
  2. Employee Comments: The employee must comment next to each goal under "Employee Comments" with "Okay" for goals which he/she feels comfortable working with, and "Needs Clarification" for goals which he/she believes need to be discussed further. An employee who is comfortable with all the goals can sign the goals at this stage.
  3. Summary: Give a summary of the total time estimated for the employee to have achieved the goals. State action plans and specific milestones to track the goals. Any additional comments agreed between the employee and the supervisor should be noted here.
  4. Human Resources Review: Human resources personnel must confirm that the goals are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. He/she must then sign the goals in the "Human Resource" section provided under "Signatures".
  5. Signatures: When discussion of the goals has been completed and consensus has been reached, sign the goals and let the employee sign too. Send the final copy to the human resources for inclusion in the employee's professional records.

Performance Goals for Next Period

Performance Goals

Employee Comments


Properly evaluate my options by looking into all possible outcomes.

Learn always to try to find alternative solutions to solving a particular problem.

[employee comments goal]

Accept and provide constructive feedback to other people and to take corrections easily.

Show enough willingness, determination, and initiative, always to find solutions to any problem.

[employee comments goal]

Improve the observation skills and to pay attention to the small details.

Do not to tolerate any sloppy work at any given point.

[employee comments goal]

To perform my administrative roles in a professional manner and without any fear or prejudice.

Improve on my customer service abilities so that I can be able to find ways to meet client needs.

[employee comments goal]

Give every remote worker access to the same information and design processes accordingly in order to eliminate common causes of remote team failure

Develop a video training program that introduces the key staff and their roles in order to eliminate confusion related to management issues

[employee comments goal]

Enhance good communication as the core cornerstone of effective management

Establish and use new techniques of coaching to allow your employees to learn new methods

[employee comments goal]

Evaluate the resources one have that could be used to solve the situation and test their effectiveness

Talk with people who are experts in solving problems or those who are attached to the situation at hand and try to get a solution to the problem

[employee comments goal]

Start with the complex tasks and break them down into smaller chunks, each with a specific deadline

Regularly check the progress of the project at hand and communicate its status to the recipient

[employee comments goal]

Work with an experienced money manager in order to know when one should invest profits or when one should plow the profits back to the business

Come up with ways to reduce expenses; look for products that one can reduce the costs without affecting their quality or impact

[employee comments goal]

Comply with the set standards, processes, and guidelines for managing knowledge and encourage colleagues to adhere to these standards

Check the experience and knowledge of others before starting new tasks

[employee comments goal]


Sections 1-2: To be completed by the supervisor

Section 3: To be completed by the employee

1. Goals completed since last performance feedback

2. Goals for next period

3. Employee comments


I acknowledge that I discussed this performance feedback with my supervisor. My signature does not mean that I agree or disagree with this appraisal.
Employee: Date:
Supervisor: Date:
Human Resources: Date:

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