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Goals and objectives are very important for businesses to thrive. Every business small or large must have clear goals and objectives which are relatable. While goals are generic and long-term, objectives are specific and quantifiable. What would be the fate of any organization where employees’ positions are in variant with its business goals and objectives? What do you need to do to ensure that positions are linked to business goals and objectives? This is how you should think when you are creating positions and staffing employees. For businesses to truly thrive and be productive, it is imperative that position descriptions, job descriptions, and work standards align with core processes and are linked to the business goals and objectives.
This show will explore the answers to these questions.
The show this week will highlight the steps you need to be aware of as you position staff in key areas so that it aligns with business goals and objectives of the company. All the learnings from the previous episodes are a build up to this episode.
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The objective of the show this week focuses on how you as a business owner or manager ensures that position is linked to business goals and objectives. How do you staff the right people in position to meet the goals and objectives of the business? Ensuring staff in positions have the right skills, knowledge, abilities, information and know what is expected of them which provides the context for performance.
What You Need to Know
1. Position descriptions are designed when processes and SOPs are in place.
2. Strategic staff planning directly impact the performance of the company.
3. Employee character should fit the roles and positions.
4. Established lines of communication allow for information flow which help employees understand business goals and objectives.
5. Mangers, teams, and employees can complete the right tasks in effective ways.
6. Misalignment between position and business objectives slows down company growth.
What You Need to Do
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Written by Teena Ogbugoh
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