JLBC Following best practice
Combine the input from your colleagues with the latest research on leadership best practices and the knowledge you have about the future demands on leaders within the organization. Draft the competencies with one eye always on their compatibility with the organization's vision, values, and main strategic objectives and aims.
JLBC COMPETENCE Continuous
JLBC Focusing on customers
Lifetime learning and knowledge-sharing
Solving problems and making decisions
JLBC DESCRIPTION OF COMPETENCE
Experiments with new approaches.
Learns from best practice, responds flexibly to change, and encourages others to question and review how things are done or could be continuously improved.
Achieves mutually beneficial relationships with customers. Manages expectations well in all interactions.
Anticipates needs and responds with empathy.
Keeps up-to-date, shares knowledge and information with others; applies this learning to own work.
Encourages others to learn, develop, and share knowledge.
Recognizes problems as opportunities and explores causes systematically and thoroughly. Generates ideas; weighs advantages and disadvantages of options.
JLBC USING COMPETENCIES