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  • 1. COMPETENCYDEVELOPMENT
  • 2. AGENDA1. Introduction to the Competencies2. Global Competency Model3. Competency Development
  • 3. Introduction to the Competencies
  • 4. KNOWLEDGE• A familiarity with someone or something, that can include facts, information, descriptions acquired through experience or education. It can refer to both the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject.
  • 5. SKILL An ability and capacity acquired through deliberate, systematic, and sustained effort to smoothly and adaptively carryout complex activities or job functions involving ideas(cognitive skills), things (technical skills), and/or people (interpersonal skills).
  • 6. BEHAVIORA response of an individual or group to an action, environment, person, or stimulus.
  • 7. COMPETENCYCompetencies are behaviors thatencompass the knowledge, skills, and attributes required forsuccessful performance.
  • 8. COMPETENCY Knowledge Skills AttributesBehavior required for successful performance
  • 9. Global Competency Model
  • 10. What is Competency Model?Competency model delineates the specific mix of Knowledge, Skills, Attributes required to perform a role. It’s effective tool for selection, training and development, succession planning and performance management. Competency models concentrate on desirable behavior rather than personality traits because personality traits are difficult to measure.
  • 11. What is Competency Model?
  • 12. From the beginning… What are our pillars? Our pillars are the 5 competencies that are developed within our members to become agents of positive change and in turn, go on to create the needed impact in society.
  • 13. CompetenciesGet to know them!
  • 14. Competency: Components
  • 15. • Actively seeking to encourage diversity; shows openness and respect towards other cultures, works effectively with individuals of diverse cultures, styles and abilities, making optimum use of their insights and ideas towards the fulfillment of goals.
  • 16. increases awareness about other cultures and world affairsinteracts and works effectively with people of diverse culturesand backgroundsshows openness and flexibilitydemonstrates ability to adapt and adjusts
  • 17. • Demonstrating ability in coming up with and implementing new ideas, organizing and managing resources and opportunities, engaging and influencing others, taking risks and finding innovative solutions to increase performance.
  • 18. looks out for challenges and opportunitiescomes up with innovative ideas to increase performanceachieves results by managing resources, processes and riskseffectivelyworks to achieve goal in spite of barriers or difficulties
  • 19. • Approaching social, economic, environmental issues in a sustainable manner and taking a prompt action for improvement while considering the long term consequences of actions and the involvement of others.
  • 20. keeps in mind the long-term consequences of present actionskeeps in mind the bigger picture and how different factorsinterconnect and relate to each other;demonstrates personal commitment and accepts responsibility foroutcomeslooks for and implements innovative solutions to address societalneeds and issues;
  • 21. • Showing consistency and honesty about own intentions, motives, feelings, recognizing own feelings and those of others demonstrating respect, empathy and appropriate behaviour towards others; adjusting to different situations and personalities.
  • 22. empathizes and senses others feelings and perspectivescommunicates about own feelings and emotionsdemonstrates consistency in speech, responses and actionsestablishes good interpersonal relationships by helping people feelvalued, appreciated, supported and involved.
  • 23. • Demonstrating self-awareness, identifying areas for development of self and others; continuously increasing own/others knowledge and skills by trying different learning methods.
  • 24. is aware of his/her own strengths and capitalizes on theseseeks and uses feedback and other sources of information to identifyappropriate areas for own developmentputs acquired knowledge, understanding, or skill to practical usefacilitates development of others
  • 25. Competency Assessment What is current development level of my competencies?Competency Assessment Tool
  • 26. Development Steps Individually Involve others Opportunities in AIESEC
  • 27. Development Steps

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