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Training Department Competency Model

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  • 1. Competency Based Training Management for Talent
  • 2. Method One Competency Based Training Development Method Two Organization Talent Analysis
  • 3.  
  • 4. Level of Management
    • Individual Contributor – Managing yourself
    • Junior and Middle Manager – Managing others
    • Senior Manager – Managing business
  • 5.  
  • 6. Senior Manager & Director
    • Business and Financial Acumen (Example)
    • Strategic Planning
    • Strategic Thinking
    • Human Resource Planning
    • Managing and Leading Change
    • Driving Innovation
    • Customer Focus
    • Core Functional/Technical Skills
    Managing Business
  • 7. Manager
    • Developing Top Talent
    • Operational and Tactical Planning
    • Quality Orientation
    • Influencing
    • Motivating Others
    • Valuing diversity
    • Networking
    Managing Others
  • 8. Junior Manager
    • Building Teams
    • Building Relationships
    • Interpersonal Savvy
    • Managing Conflict
    • Managing People for Performance
    • Delegating
    • Empowering Others
    Managing Others
  • 9. Executive & Clerk
    • Emotional Intelligence
    • Building Trust
    • Resilience and Stress Tolerance
    • Action Orientation
    • Time Management
    • Oral Communication
    • Written Communication
    • Critical and Analytical Thinking
    • Creative Thinking
    Managing Yourself
  • 10. Example of Competency Description and Behaviors
  • 11. Senior Manager – Managing Business
    • Possessing the technical and business knowledge needed to make the best decisions for the organization
    • assessing the financial implications of decisions and actions
    • understanding how strategies and tactics work in the marketplace
    • balancing data analysis with judgment and business sense.
    Business and Financial Acumen
  • 12. Chart of Behaviors
  • 13. Modification of Competency Model
    • Selection of Competency – consensus among management, manager, subordinates
    • Selection of Behaviors – consensus among management, manager, subordinates
    • Communicate to the masses
    • Access of documents in server
    • Implementation of Competency Based Training and Development
    • Implementation of Competency Based Interview Process
    • Implementation of Competency Based Performance Management
  • 14. Method Two Organization Talent Analysis
  • 15. Talent Gaps 1 2 3 Previous Talent Management Action Plan (2009) 1 2 3 Current Business Challenges 1 2 3 Future Busi9ness Challenges Previous Talent Management Accomplishments (2009) 1 2 3 Current Talent Management Action Plan (2010) 1 2 3 Talent Strengths 1 2 3 Organizational Talent Analysis 1 2 3
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