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Episode 69 CardPeter and Dan discuss one of the biggest problems with the hiring process: most of the time, a job description doesn’t provide enough information to create a successful relationship between an employer and a new employee. In Episode 67, they shared best practices within their own companies; in this follow-up episode, Peter and Dan discuss a specific agreement that communicates expectations to a new team member.



In this episode:

  • Dan explains his dislike of team management meetings and why he developed a new tool called the 4x4. This thinking process helps you clarify and then communicate your expectations to team members.
  • Peter talks about the importance of ensuring his team loves what they are doing and feels fulfilled, while still providing the support needed to meet company objectives.
  • Dan shares a successful example of hiring a recent employee with a 4x4, and discusses how your organization can use this upfront communication tool for better results.

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