Building Robust Competencies
Linking Human Resource Systems to Organisational Strategies
Competency development is one of the hottest topics in the HR profession. Still there is much confusion among managers about what a competency is and how to use it effectively. Here, author Paul Green draws on twenty--five years of training, consulting, and employee assessment experience to establish a behavioral language that describes, guides, and links actions at work. This is the foundation for developing clearly defined competencies that help executives, managers, and HR professionals communicate performance goals through every step of the HR process----including interviewing, appraisal, coaching, and training--in ways that directly support an organization's mission, vision, and values.
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"There is no doubt what this books says: behavioral competencies are the way to link human resources to mission, vision, and values. It is big on description and cautious on theory. Most managers can read it, understand it, and apply it." --James Perkins, senior vice president and chief personnel officer, Federal Express "In this book, Paul Green shows why the competency approach is proving to be such an effective tool for organizational and individual development. He also provides a practical guide to using behavioral competencies effectively." --Robert Most, CEO, Mind Garden</p>