Behavioral Competencies at Work' defines a structured hiring process through a competency framework, behavioural types, indicators and suggestive questions to test those competencies. These can be divided into:
Personality Attributes are a combination of thoughts, characteristics, behaviours, attitude, idea and habits of an individual concerning his or her surroundings. They become essential while determining the cultural fitment of an employee.
Analytical Ability is the aptitude to see patterns, trends, inconsistent information and thus draw meaningful conclusions based on the given information. If one possesses the skill, they can reach solutions by either following methodological approaches or by being more creative to see every angle of the problem.
Interpersonal Skills are the skills used by a person to interact with a clarity of purpose. It refers to an employee's ability to get along with coworkers and get the job done.
Leadership Skills can be applied to any situation where one is required to take the lead, professionally and socially. A good leader keeps his team organised, takes calculated risks, motivates his peers and pushes them to do their best.
The following handbook can be used for developing a competency framework, knowing behavioural indicators of employees, structuring your hiring process and asking questions to measure the competencies.
Competencies refer to job-relevant behavior, motivation and technical knowledge required to be successful on-the-job. Aligning HR processes to competencies helps evaluate performance, set clear job expectations and growth plans.EXPLORE OUR COMPETENCY LIBRARY
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