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Developing a Competency Model "101": An Applied Perspective

  • 21 Jul 2013
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Columbus, OH
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Presented by: Line St. Pierre (Govt of Canada) & Anne Holloway-Lundy (U.S. Office of Personnel Management)

Competencies are a popular and useful tool upon which to base human resource activities such as selection, performance assessment, employee/leadership development and succession planning. This tutorial is intended to present a rigorous approach to developing competency models, for an organization at large or for a job-family. Through a combination of lectures, exercises and discussions, participants will gain knowledge on:

  • the basis for selecting and defining the most relevant competencies;
  • how to develop behavioral indicators for the various levels of employment, management, and proficiency;
  • how to “validate” the competency profile/dictionary; and
  • common pitfalls to avoid. 

Participants will receive material (i.e. a binder of materials used in the tutorial) covering the step-by-step approach presented, as well as templates for future use. Note that the session will focus on the development of a leadership competency model.

HRCI Information:
Recertification Credit Hours Awarded: 6.5
Specified Credit Hours: General

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