CEO PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
WHY EVERY CEO NEEDS A JOB DESCRIPTION
CEO Performance Management: Why every CEO needs a job description
Each of your team members has their own job description, right? You use job descriptions to hire staff and manage performance.
During performance review season, you tighten up those job descriptions, motivate your underperformers, and reward those who are excelling.
It would be hard to measure a report’s performance without a job description. But where’s your job description? What about your performance review?
In this session, we’ll create a CEO job description, talk about the major differences between your two jobs (did you know you had two jobs?): CEO and owner, and conduct a (brief) performance review.
KEY TOPICS WE’LL EXPLORE:
- The five key areas successful CEOs focus their energy
- Writing your own job description – what is it that only you, as CEO, can do?
- The inherent conflict between “owner” and “CEO” and how to work with it
- Measuring your performance – the data and the process
Attendees will leave with a draft job description, some Key Performance Indicators, and a clear understanding of their role as both CEO and owner.