Updated on 10/27/16
Everything you do is either going to raise your average or lower it.
The next hire.
The quality of the chickpeas you serve.
The service experience on register 4.
Each interaction is a choice. A choice to raise your average or lower it.
Progress is almost always a series of choices, an inexorable move toward mediocrity, or its opposite.
I can totally relate to this. We are a society more and more inclined to settling for the average, and are even ok with it when the average trends lower.
One place I see it happening more than most is in talent management. The demand so far outweighs the supply of good talent; we keep lowering the bar.
Frist it was 4 year degree required. Then it was some college. Now its high school grad.
In just a few years we have gone from a high bar to also most no bar.
Same day hiring. No interview required. No test or assessment. Just how up and get a job.
I hate this.
This new reality taking hold across the Philippines is deeply concerning to me.
It is unacceptable to me to be involved with anything that is just average, and I just get crazy when I see people doing things to lower the average on purpose.
There is another way.
If you have good analytics, you can be better at setting a realistic bar and not just going lower to meet requirements.
No more mediocrity. No more playing to the average and definitely purposely lowering the average.
I just refuse to tolerate it anymore!
Let me show you how to use the data in your business to turn things around.
Stop the insanity of fueling high turnover and low employee engagement that is lowering the quality of service to a dangerous place.
Who is with me?
If you are, the you will might enjoy reading my new book, Putting Your Data to Work. I can help you use your data.
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