People Analyser
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People Analyzer, Modified - "Gino Wicman - from the book, TRACTION"
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Core ValuesSkill Set, Heart & Aptitude - What is "it"? The Job Description
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Regarding the character of the individualRegarding the Job:
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Examples of Core Values , (These must be yours, not what you think you want to be, But Yours) >IntegrityDetermined to Help the CustomerCreativeTeam PlayerProfit DrivenUnderstand ItWant ItCapacity To Do ItMental Capacity To Learn ItThe Will To Learn It
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1 to 101 to 10
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Yes/NoYes/NoYes/No1 to 101 to 10
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Employee Name:1 is Poor. --- 10 is Excellent.Regarding the Job TodayRegarding the Future
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1Donald
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2Barack
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3Dubya
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4Bill
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5George
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6Ron
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7Jimmy
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8Jerry
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9Dicky
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10Lyndon
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11John
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Notes:
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These "Core Values" must be your own.
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Purpose: Get the right people in your organization. It must be used in conjunction with the job description being filled. (It may also apply to clients and vendors.)
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(Use to determine all new team members before they come on board)
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(Use to determine all existing team members to determine if changes should be made)
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1Perfection is unrealistic.
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Determine what is acceptable. You may not be comfortable with less than 8.
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If after grading your team, if some are below the bar, give them an opportunity to change. (many do)
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a. Give them a review, be honest, let them know they must improve.
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b. In some predetermined time, do another review.
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6c. Within another predetermined time frame, one last review. If sufficient improvement is not evident, it may be time to help them seek another opportunity, either within the organization, or perhaps outside of it.
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