Use this sample and step by step explanation for setting meaningful and inspiring employee performance goals for an interiors architect.

An Interiors Architect is responsible for designing the interiors which require both the functionality and the appearance of space. Though grouped together with the interior decorations, this role takes on a bigger task than when making a simple room.

The primary duties include specializing in designing and building interiors for safety and functionality, understanding the durability and strength of building materials, drafting plans for creating and refinishing spaces for both private homes and commercial buildings, Interacting with different clients, architects or designers, construction team and inspectors, creating projects while taking into consideration the interior construction, lighting and furnishings, understanding of the federal, state and local building regulations.

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


Strive to manage time well to ensure all required deliverables are met.

Be a good role model to other workmates when it comes to being organized in the work area.

[employee comments goal]

To carefully analyze and interpret information collected to draw reasonable inferences.

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

[employee comments goal]

Provide regular and timely feedback to group members in order to help them identify their strengths and work on weak areas

Provide group members with materials and tools necessary to make discussions run smoothly

[employee comments goal]

Dress the part to create an initial impression of confidence and success

Always show self-confidence and inspire others to be confident in what they are dressed in

[employee comments goal]

Challenge the old solutions by coming up with new ones that solve today's problems

Be accountable to the management and coworkers to supply the information required

[employee comments goal]

Choose to respect every employee despite their race, age, color or gender

Be sure to address everyone respectfully no matter how familiar you have grown with them

[employee comments goal]

Set consistent goals that can be easily achieved without much stress

Receive feedback and labor for it to become a better employee

[employee comments goal]

Turn barriers into possibilities and look at negative behaviors and attitudes as opportunities for change

Dedicate time to make things happen, be the leader and other employees' source of inspiration

[employee comments goal]

Seek constant feedback from colleagues and one's superiors and actively work out strategies to improve the weak areas

Actively take part in suggesting new ideas to solve problems in the company, turn the ideas into actions, and actions into results

[employee comments goal]

Establish regular meetings with own bosses in order to discuss how own position or department can be improved

Listen to concerns and questions from new and underperforming employees and use their input to identify areas where the company could improve to increase productivity

[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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