What Performance Competencies Does Your Management/Leadership Development Program Actually Develop?

I’m not asking about “enabling competencies” – those generic, fit-all-situations enabling knowledge and skills, all with Face Validity.

I’m talking about ability to perform and produce worthy outputs – which are inputs downstream.

My model for Management and Leadership Performance Competencies is portrayed in the following graphic.

This is covered in my 2007 book: Management Areas of Performance.

From the Forward by Joe Sener
V.P. Design Assurance
and Business Excellence
Baxter

– and former Baldrige Examiner…

“This book clearly lays out an approach to describe the Areas of Performance required to deploy the leadership model and strategies of your organization. To those performance technology specialists in the crowd, you may have been trying to find more effective ways to contribute to the success of your company. This book clearly lays out an approach to describe the Areas of Performance required to deploy the leadership model and strategies of your organization. To those performance technology specialists in the crowd, you may have been trying to find more effective ways to contribute to the success of your company. Here is a roadmap that clearly ties with one of the most effective business models in use today.

Guy Wallace has assembled a rock solid approach to analyze the core competencies of the leadership team to determine the gap between those skills necessary to deploy the strategies and the current state. From this position the organization can define clear strategies for closing those gaps and better aligning the leadership team and leadership system with the future of the company.”

Until my EPPIC web site re-development efforts are completed – you may email me for a free PDF copy of this book, at: guy . wallace @ eppic . biz – (please remove the spaces).

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