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.
A ‘lack of procedural compliance’ contributed to a potentially catastrophic incident.
A cable was supposed to catch and slow down the E-2C Hawkeye as it landed on the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D Eisenhower in Norfolk, Virginia.
The scenario of having to complete an e-learning course around issues of health and safety is a familiar one to most employees. The course is usually a barrage of information that you have to try to absorb in one go and then complete some sort of test of what you have learned. Continue reading “A choice of competency or compliance” …
Your skills aren’t enough to help you perform at your best. There’s another element critical to high performance.
The organization that governs university sports in Canada wants to beef up investigations into recruiting violations and sanctions against offenders by bringing the compliance process totally in house.