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What if the Job Profile is wrong?
The current standard in Job Profiling is an arbitrary list of capabilities you see on many job ads – good communication skills, motivated, attention to detail, passionate, innovative and enthusiastic. Most often, hiring decisions are made on gut feel. It’s a completely subjective process rife with personal bias. The simple move towards using a capability framework to organise and prioritise the skills required for a job is a HUGE step up from the status quo. We take this a step further with 3 different methods of creating a Job Profile, each more successful than the last:
- An Expert Job Profile, whereby a single person with good knowledge of the job selects and goes through a forced pairs ranking process to prioritise the capabilities;
- A Collaborative Job Profile, where a group of people who know the job well perform the above;
- A High Performer Job Profile, whereby a group of actual high performers is invited to do an Ability Imprint, and the common traits amongst the group are identified
However, there is still the possibility that a Job Profile can be wrong. In these situations we encourage you to reach out and discuss with our support staff.