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Job descriptions can be too vague, only focused on actions or results, not time-stamped, or have too many expectations.
A “scorecard” is a more effective tool for hiring and performance coaching, because it answers why, what, how, and by when.
The scorecard approach improves hiring success rates and enhances impact and enjoyment at work helping colleagues achieve meaningful results.
DENVER–I can smell vomit on my dress shirt as I write this essay.
Back to that in a minute.
A counterpoint is urgently needed to “We’re Kidding Ourselves That Workers Perform Well From Home.” [nytimes.com]