the process of identifying personal interests, and skills.
the process of developing answers to questions raised by self-reflection.
the process of considering future possibilities that are personally desirable.
the process of action related to achieving goals.
- underlying characteristic of a person which enables him/her to deliver superior
- performance in a given job, role, or situation
- A person-related concept that refers to the dimensions
- of behavior lying behind competent performer.
- A work-related concept that refers to areas
- of work at which the person is competent (general
- characteristics – skill learned through education and experience)
- the state or quality of being well
- qualified to perform a task
What are the career flow competencies?
hope, self-reflection, self-clarity, visioning, goal setting/ planning, implementing/ adapting
Human Agency Theory
A theory of understanding who you are and developing, implementing, and adjusting plans based on new learning
What are the Components of Competency?
- Skills- related to the ability to do Physical domainKnowledge- related to information Cognitive domainAttribute-relates to qualitative aspects, personal characteristics or traits
the ability to identify an pursue action steps around the obstacles that will allow you to achieve your goal
What are the components of the Competency
of Decision Making?
- * dealing with difficult decisions
- *commits to a course of action
Strategic agility and innovation management
Anticipates future consequences and trends accurately; brings creative ideas to market; recognizes strategic opportunities for change; creates competitive and breakthrough strategies.
Is intelligent and capable; deals with concepts and complexity comfortably; is good at learning and deciphering new knowledge; able to assimilate new skills independently
Competencies: Individual Excellence
•Building effective teams
•Integrity and trust
- •Managing relationships
•Managing vision and purpose
•Personal learning and development
Competencies: Strategic skills
•Dealing with ambiguity
•Decision quality and problem solving
- •Functional/technical skills
- •Intellectual acumen
•Learning on the fly
- •Strategic agility and innovation
How do competencies differ from skills and knowledge?
- •only include behaviors that demonstrate
- excellent performance
- •do not include knowledge, but do include
- "applied“ knowledge
- •include the manifestation of skills that
- produce success
•are not work motives
What is the Value of Superior Performance?
High performing individuals– 1 standard deviation above the mean generally outperform average performers by 100-200% (148% avg.)*
continuously learning to do what you don’t know how to do
showing the way for others, either by example or by promoting a new direction.
Achieving goals in a way that makes the best use of all resources. This covers self-management as well as managing others.