I have a number of direct reports I've inherited, many of whom have been at my company as engineers for far longer than I've been with the organization as a manager. These engineers appear largely uninterested in setting goals much less meeting them by the end of the year. Company goals are flowed down to them through management and further, they have plenty of latitude in modifying them to suit their individual expectations. Even so, there is little to no motivation to pay even a little attention to this aspect of their professional development at my company. Any suggestions the community may have to help me as their manager to stress the importance of this aspect of organizational life would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!