Interviews usually concentrate on your experience or previous qualifications. However competence questions are becoming increasingly common. A competency based interviewer wants to know whether you have the right skills to take the position.
Just as a blueprint is needed to build a house, a competency architecture is needed to build a job profile. Find out how to create relevant job profiles.
You might be familiar with certain interview types, for example telephone interviews or group interviews, but have you ever heard of competency-based interviews? Find out what they are and how to approach one.
Whether you are an employer looking to ensure your organisation is in good health or an employee looking to improve their working practices, salary or job, competencies are a vital part of achieving these.
Being perceived as competent in what you do is one of the best ways to gain respect, achieve promotion and attract new customers and clients.
Leaders have a big problem in the workplace – employees don’t trust them. Employees think competency, honesty, transparency and empathy are not too much to expect from leaders.
To advance in their careers, medical services professionals must master the three pillars of the core competency model: personal effectiveness, skill efficiency and career power.
In today’s business culture where success is a team effort, it’s more important than ever to strive for excellence.
Your skills aren’t enough to help you perform at your best. There’s another element critical to high performance.