Video: Role of behavioral competencies in building a culturally cohesive workforce

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Role of behavioral competencies in building a culturally cohesive workforce

Organizations that leverage behavioral competencies create cultures of performance and success.

In the book, Good to Great, Jim Collins explains that building a great organization is as simple as “Getting the right people on the bus, the wrong people off the bus, and the right people in the right seats.” Even though it sounds easy, yet getting the right people with the right competencies is a task.

Many organizations understand the considerable benefits of implementing a competency-based approach for acquiring and managing talent, but often they don't know how or where to start. Organizations that leverage behavioral competencies create cultures of performance and success.

Here are some key discussion pointers that this webcast session will cover:

  1. The What and Why of Behavioral Competencies

  2. Developing a competency framework

  3. Understanding the various behavioral indicators of employees

  4. Structuring your hiring process

Topics: Webinar, Life @ Work, Culture

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