Lucrative Leadership Conversations
About This Show
Ignite your leadership genius through the science, technology and art of Lucrative Leadership Conversations. Each week, Susan Hasty, Gene Morton, and their guests share practical wisdom and actionable advice you can use as a leader to build a profitable and sustainable organization.
Most Recent Episode
008 | Role Clarity Throughout the Organization
7 days ago
Oops, a audio technical meltdown ruined Gene and my recording. We made a promise to provide our listeners with a weekly show so I was sweating earlier this week. Coincidentally, I was a guest on LODGING LEADERS Podcast, hosted by Jonathan Albano, recently. Jon saved the day for me, suggesting I share it. Great idea. I get to share his podcast and solutions with you also. In addition to building a successful podcast show, Jonathan is a SAAS entrepreneur and systemic thinker. He helped me design the infrastructure for the production and distribution platform for LUCRATIVE LEADERSHIP CONVERSATIONS podcast. Producing great content is worthless if it’s not shared, right. It’s a production that requires a lot of integration to effectively distribute to you, our subscriber. You are a subscriber, right? Much like in an organization, when one piece of the puzzle doesn’t connect, there’s no home run. Conversations about role clarity and decision rights don’t only apply to the leadership team. Every employee needs to understand the structure, the “context”, or overview of the business to understand where they “are” and how they “fit”. If you’ve been on our journey to co-create a leadership structure, listening to this episode connects the importance of how important clarity impacts every role in the company. Not only does it need clarity, it needs constant reinforcement and refinement as the organization changes and grows. WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME JOB DESCRIPTIONS WERE REVIEWED IN YOUR ORGANIZATION? In many companies I worked with, the job description is reviewed as often as the insurance policy. To often, I found job descriptions to be irrelevant to the current role and responsibility.