What does success look like in your organization? And do your current and future leaders know what they need to do in order to achieve it?
When leaders know how to lead, it measurably enhances the organizational outcomes that matter most, including the levels of loyalty, trust, innovation, and revenue the organization is capable of achieving. Using competencies to define effective leadership enables you to translate the model into tangible, observable behaviors that can be supported, measured, and developed.
The Leadership Competencies Accelerator Package gives you everything you need to select the leadership competencies that capture your unique organizational culture, priorities, and objectives.
At the end of the engagement, you will walk away with a customized leadership profile that provides a roadmap to success for current and future leaders and the organization they lead.
With competencies, there’s a specific set of behaviors that make it clear. We can create interview questions around these competencies, and we can talk to people about where they need to be in their jobs, or what they need to move to the next proficiency level for the next job. It makes it very easy.
Vice President, Human Resources at Destination XL
We're really starting to be clearer about who we are as an employer and what we expect of our staff. It's helped us to determine the right kind of people. Then, when we have those people in place, it helps us to communicate with our staff in terms of what's expected.
Supervisor, Employee Relations at Ontario Public Service Employees Union
Competencies define the abilities, skills, knowledge, motivations, and traits needed for successful job performance. Most importantly, competencies describe success in terms of observable, on-the-job behaviors.
For more than 30 years, HRSG has developed validated, multi-level competencies that are now considered the gold standard. Our consultants have helped organizations worldwide to apply them to the talent lifecycle in ways that deliver measurable results.
How should today's organizations define leadership? And why does it matter so much?
A new eBook explores the evolving definition of leadership and lays out the key steps in using competencies to create a leadership cadre (and a deeper leadership bench) that aligns with culture, reflects business realities and objectives, and delivers measurable results.
Access your free copy of "Defining and supporting leadership with competencies" and start your learning journey today.