Have you ever wondered how to build a successful podcast team? Today, in episode 7 we share how to make and use podcast job descriptions so you can avoid meltdowns and confusion.
If you played a game with no rules or clear objectives could you win?
If you don’t know what your job is or what the expectations are can you do it successfully?
Crafting Podcast job descriptions helps as your show succeed in one significant way: It manages expectations of the person doing the job.
And avoiding headaches with a solid organizational foundation makes building a successful podcast that lasts achievable.
Building and running a lasting podcast takes proper management. There are a lot of different skill sets needed and a lot of tasks to keep track of so things get done on time.
The tasks involved in starting and running a podcast must be broken down into specific job roles. Those roles must then grow into podcast job descriptions.
You may be doing this all by yourself right now, granted. Or you may be doing this with a co-host. You might even work with a full team. Regardless, it’s good to know what tasks belong to what job role.
And the time to make podcast job descriptions is before you need them. The alternative is to wait till a blow-up happens or someone quits the team in frustration.