Transcript of Types of Competency
The Stepping Stones to Success Foundation Focus Execution Potential Finally, there are other skills, behaviours and knowledge that you aim to have in the future. Likely to be personal rather than organisationally set, these are known as Aspiration competencies. General competencies that are shared by most people, such as a level of verbal and written communication skill or the ability to operate a piece of machinery that is generally available to all. These Foundation competencies are the starting point for most competency frameworks Industry or Professional competencies that provide a shared Focus with an Industry or Profession, such as the Health Service or the Financial Services Industry. For example, the way in which the Data Protection Act or other legislation relates to your sector, regardless of the job you are doing within it. Within a role, there are specific knowledge, skills and behaviour competencies that apply to the way in which you carry out, or Execute your role within the organisation. There are also knowledge, skills and behaviour competencies related to your future role – the next step Potential competencies that form the basis of your development plan for the future. These are likely to be a combination of personal and organisational competencies. Aspiration Competencies Success These 3 types of competency combine to form the basis of your current competency level and are usually set by the organisation. Looking into the future ... Call Competency Frameworks to find out how we can help you create an aligned approach to competencies in your organisation www.competencyframeworks.co.ukFull transcript
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