This white paper examines how to use a competency-based approach to build behaviors, skills, and knowledge. It explains how to integrate competencies into all phases of talent management to onboard, review, develop, motivate, and retain employees. It also shows the valuable contribution competencies can make in managing change and defusing turf battles that arise during downsizings, consolidations, and business reengineering.
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Competencies , Talent Management Implementations , Proficiency Level , Workforce Retention , Talent Management Framework . Executive Summary Changes in the economy, marketplace and competitive landscape are prompting businesses to change direction or, at the least, make course corrections. As a result, new technologies, processes, policies and priorities are making existing jobs more complex, while requiring managers to create and fill all-new jobs. In addition, this need to make fundamental changes is