Our On Purpose Leadership approach benchmarks a specific job, not the person, in an interactive process. Clients use job benchmarking for development, selection, retention and management.
How do you know if you might be able to benefit from job benchmarking?
Consider if you or your organization would have a ready response to the following questions:
What are the key accountabilities for this position?
What are the skills you need to possess to have superior performance on the job?
What goals have you committed to achieving in this position over the next year?
How are you held accountable?
If you had a clearer understanding of your job, could you be more productive?
Job benchmarking takes the guesswork out of hiring and workplace dynamics in general, making it easy to remove common biases often associated with the hiring process. Instead, factual data based on job requirements provide a solid foundation for coaching and hiring success!
Job benchmarking identifies:
skills for superior performance
behavior and intrinsic motivators by doing the key accountabilities in the job.
Job benchmarking provides:
a complete job-related development plan
a system for job-related performance reviews
a complete system from hiring to retirement
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Leaders maintain a Strategic Mindset - This means they are asking the questions:
What is the business trying to accomplish?
How must it position itself in the market? and relative to its competitors?
Has the Strategy changed or is it likely to soon?
What forces might affect/impact it most (likelihood and significance)?
How does my role (unit or function) contribute to our company’s competitive advantage?
What must each of my people contribute to our competitive advantage?
How does my unit impact or affect the company’s strategy?
Are we on the appropriate gates of focus sequence: (Profit; People; Process)?
Am I applying the appropriate leadership modality to propel my team forward?
Do I and my team access and maximize use of our greatest talents continually and bringing out the best in ourselves and others?