Fishing for Job Descriptions via Thought Leaders LLC

Fishing for Job Descriptions via Thought Leaders LLC

If you’re involved in the hiring process, you might spend a lot of time “fishing” for the right candidate, without truly knowing what you’re after – what the real vision for the role is.

Jobs, like the sport of fishing, have descriptors – tasks, skills, and practices that are integral and necessary. But those descriptors are dwarfed in importance by the job’s vision. Because the means by which a person does something are usually less important than what gets done and how well it gets done.

My recent guest blog post on Thought Leaders, LLC discusses this topic in some detail. I’d encourage you to give it a read.

About the Author
Bill Munn
Bill Munn helps executives manage teams to their greatest potential, customizing coaching plans to maximize the performance of each individual. Through strategic visioning and in-the-moment issue resolution, he motivates leadership to spur mission-driven growth. As a 22-year management-coaching veteran and former Dow 30 top executive, Bill has supported hundreds of corporate leaders worldwide with practical wisdom, real-world action tools, and unbiased insight. An MBA and former professor of finance and economics, Bill is a dynamic public speaker and author of two books.

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