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Competency: Management

Leadership Skills
Leadership
Management
Establishing Focus/Direction
Managing Performance
Supervisory Skills
Persuasion and Influence
Project Management
Delegation
Performance


Communication

Accountability
  • Takes responsibility for things that go wrong
  • Recognizes poor performance and address it appropriately.
  • Is just in their application of disciplinary measures.
  • Clearly articulates expectations.
  • Accepts responsibility for organizational performance.
  • Takes responsibility for and correct poor performance.
  • Applies disciplinary measures in a just manner.
  • Applies disciplinary measures without favoritism.
  • Applies disciplinary measures without bias.


Gives Feedback
  • Deliver effective feedback on a regular basis
  • Gives subordinates the reason for tasks.
  • Provides accurate, timely, and (where appropriate) positive feedback.
  • Uses feedback to modify duties, tasks, requirements, and goals when appropriate.
  • Provides early warning to subordinate leaders of tasks they will be responsible for.


Leads by Example
  • Is ready to offer help
  • Sets an example for others to follow
  • Inspires, encourages, and guides others toward the vision, mission, and goals.


Empowers Others
  • Delegate tasks effectively
  • Enables others to feel and act like leaders
  • Encourages employees to initiate tasks or projects they think are important
  • Assigns specific duties appropriately.
  • Attempts to satisfy subordinates' needs.
  • Allows individuals to feel responsibility and accomplishment for their decisions.


Coordinates Others
  • Manages staff and prepares work schedules appropriately.
  • Considers duty positions, capabilities, and developmental needs when assigning tasks.
  • Defines requirements by issuing clear and concise orders or guidance.


Recognition
  • Recognizes individual and team accomplishments and reward them appropriately.
  • Credits subordinates for good performance.


Steadfast
  • Dos not show discouragement when facing setbacks.
  • Is loyal to the team and department.
  • Holds firm beliefs in the process and procedures used.


Inspiring
  • Makes you feel enthusiastic about your work


Time Management
  • Allocates as much time as possible for task completion.
  • Allocates as much time as needed for task completion.
  • Spends whatever time is needed to complete tasks.
  • Works effectively within established timelines.