Defining a competency

When you see a skill and you break it down to a competency,

You have a very useful  description, that enables you to recreate that skill in others.

This has it's uses.

Franchises use it as part of their IP: "The......Way"

They use it in their training program, it helps them create consistent, replicatable behaviors

and they get to charge for it.

It pays for you to recognise your company's best practice individuals.

To sit with them, analyse their skills and create your own competencies. (you don't have to wait for your industry or your government to create them - create your own!)

And use those competencies to train and upskill the rest of your team.

This is only the beginning. Get to know clarity. Email me, Mike Kennedy...

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