What are Competencies?
“…. An underlying characteristic of a person in that it may be a motive, trait , skills, aspect of one’s self-image or social role or a body of knowledge …” – Boyatzis 1982
Relevance in Organizational Context:
Competencies are sets of skills, knowledge, abilities, behavioral characteristics, and other attributes that, with the right combination and for the right set of circumstances, predict superior performance in a workplace scenario.
Some of the HR Processes, which can leverage well defined and well-articulated organizational competencies.
- Employee Selection
- Training and Development
- Performance Management
- Career & Succession Planning
Areas of Support from KHEDGE Competency Based HR Practice:
Our Competency Based HR Practice, can support your organization develop and plan key HR interventions and processes based on Organizational Competencies. Depending on the business case and an organization’s specific requirement, our support may extend from competency mapping to design and deployment of relevant HR interventions around these organizational competencies.
Our Focus Areas:
- Development Centers – Design, Implementation and Post DC Action Planning
- Assessment Centers – Design, Implementation and Post AC Action Planning
- Competency Mapping – Identifying Organizational Competencies, Developing Competency framework, reviewing existing competency framework & recommending suitable changes etc.
Apart from the above we can help you link up – Employee selection, compensation, performance management, training and development and succession planning and facilitate their alignment to specific organization goals, all based on clearly articulated competencies.