When a renowned figure in the world of academic and business information describes your system in glowing terms as ‘an innovation’, you know you’ve got something right.
David Worlock, respected UK data and business publishing expert, was writing about our competence assurance software, E-qual, in his latest blog post. Continue reading “E-qual Competence software described as ‘a real innovation’” …
A good quality Competence Management System should be more than just a software application for ticking boxes. A system that can handle the full competency workflow will bring real and lasting benefits to any organisation. Continue reading “What should I look for in a Competence Management System?” …
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.
So what is a Competence Management System? In plain old English, it simply means introducing arrangements to control a cycle of activities within your organisation. The end result? A system which assures and develops competent performance.
On 10 June 2016, the Commission adopted a new and comprehensive Skills Agenda for Europe. The aim is to ensure that people develop a broad set of skills.
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.
Video: Paul LeBlanc, president of Southern New Hampshire University, explains his vision of competency-based education and what has surprised him from his college’s own experiment.