Job descriptions are a pivotal building block for any organizational structure. A good job description can be used to recruit, explain, train, promote, motivate and evaluate the employee’s performance. Yet most descriptions offer mostly the inputs required for the job and not the outputs expected. No job description, that we have reviewed, includes any element of job motivation, most of them are too generic to effectively guide the organization and the individual as for what are you being paid here. Ironically, organizations hire for effectiveness (so people deliver whatever they are hired for) using a very ineffective tool!. One big advantage of output oriented Job Descriptions is that while focusing the employee on the deliverables it allows autonomy and thus creativity on how to produce the desired results. That is a win-win solution. Following you will find the Job Description template we designed to get results… and creativity … and motivation.

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