A truly effective competency modeling process doesn’t just serve the needs and purposes of the company or HR department; integrated with a performance management process, it can also include a focus on measurable outcomes and definable behaviors to help you, as an employee, by providing you the information you need to understand:

  1. What is expected of you in your current role – i.e., your performance objectives and scope of accountability
  2. The knowledge and skills you need to strengthen or develop in order to ensure a bright career path – in other words, your potential to grow and succeed within a particular field or company.

Too often, employees tend to view performance evaluations as a one-way street; instead, you should view this process as an opportunity to not only increase your output in your current role, but to also build the skillset you need to access those very positions you have set your eyes on for the future.

Become your organization’s “wish list”

Competency models are one of the best tools an organization can give its workforce. We already know that companies invest many resources in developing and implementing talent management programs, typically with the primary objective to optimize their