Do your employees know what to do today?
Without clearly communicating what you want them to do and where you want them to spend their time, you won’t get the most out of your team.
Do your employees know their roles in your company?
When roles are unclear and/or there is poor communication, people and departments will do what they think they should be doing or, and in some cases, only what they want to do. This, in turn, can adversely affect a company’s productivity, effectiveness, and efficiency.
What’s the best way to get clear on everyone’s roles and where you want them spending their time?
They’re similar to job descriptions except they outline clear and specific key result areas, objectives and SMART goals that each role is expected to accomplish. In addition, they allocate the percentage of time expected to be spent on each key result area and individual goal.
“What a difference a role description makes, now everyone knows where to spend their time without wondering.”
Role descriptions also provide objective parameters for feedback, coaching and performance reviews. If you’d like to know more about how to create and use role descriptions, we’re here to help.