Take a closer look at HRSG’s world-leading competency content by downloading a free sample competency pack. The sample pack includes a competency-based job profile, plus a multi-level general and technical competency.
See HRSG’s complete range of general, technical, and leadership competencies by downloading a free competency dictionary pack. This info pack includes a list of 550+ competencies, plus an overview of competency-based talent management.
Learn more about HRSG’s specialized, cloud-based competency management tool, CompetencyCore. Build a customized competency framework affordably and in a fraction of the time with HRSG’s competency management software.
Core competencies define, in behavioral terms, the key values and strengths that help an organization differentiate itself in a competitive marketplace. See the list of most frequently selected core competencies.
To get you started down the path of competencies quickly and easily, we have pre-built packages of general and technical competencies for key areas common to all organization: Accounting and finance, Administration, Customer service, Human resources, Information technology, Marketing, Sales, Supply chain management, Operations management, Research and development.
Competencies have emerged as the gold standard for talent management. Research shows that companies using competencies enjoyed significant improvements in key performance indicators, such as:
Today, the world’s most talent-hungry organizations rely on competency-based talent management strategies to attract, retain, and develop talent.
Download the article to find out who is using competencies and why, and how you can leverage competencies to ensure you have the right people to make your organization successful.
Competency-based talent management is the best practice used by organizations worldwide to define job requirements and build effective HR programs.
Download this Best Practice Guide to learn how to develop policies, processes and tools to support the full and effective implementation of competency-based management across the complete talent management lifecycle.
The way we look at leadership has changed dramatically over the years. Today, we don’t define a leader in terms of discipline, force, and power, but in terms of his or her ability to inspire loyalty and materialize a transformative vision for the organization.
Download HRSG’s guide to competency-based transformational leadership to find out how to create a framework for evaluating this new leadership formula.
Air date: July 16, 2015
View HRSG’s archived webinar to learn how core competencies are used by many organizations to communicate a vision that employees can relate their day-to-day work to.
Features HRSG client Nazlin Mohamed, Supervisor, Employee Relations from the Ontario Public Service Employees Union.
Air date: May 13, 2015
View HRSG’s archived webinar to learn about the key considerations that will make your competency project a success!
Air date: November 5, 2014 View HRSG’s archived webinar to learn how to build powerful, practical competency profiles. What you’ll learn:
Read the client case study to see how this major US retailer used competencies to transform their HR practices and create a path to success.
When Tracy Piper, Director of Human Resources – Talent Management for The DXL Group and her team needed to implement competencies as a way to attract and develop talent for DXL’s retail staff, she faced a common challenge: keeping the organization engaged in and supportive of the process.
Here, she shares five insights she and her team gained after successfully completing their first competency initiative.
HRSG’s nine-step process has been developed and refined during 25 years of competency-based engagements with clients in a wide range of industries.
A competency architecture provides a set of rules for guiding the selection of competencies and proficiency levels required for every job profile in the organization. Check out HRSG’s competency architecture infographic to learn more.