Smart managers and leaders clarify expectations for their direct reports. Job Descriptions are something you may hear about often but maybe don’t use them and maybe have never seen one.
It is very hard to judge someone’s performance and hold them accountable if you aren’t on the same page with them as to what is expected. Job Descriptions are the foundation to this relationship.
This week I want to suggest that you begin the process of having Job Descriptions for everyone in your company. Here’s one you can look at that is the Job Description of one of our production Team Members. And if you’d like to purchase more of these Job Descriptions, click here.
Finally, the best question you can ask to write a Job Description for someone is this: “What would go wrong if this person were not here?” That ought to be a big thought starter.
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