Purchase Line Manager Competency Framework (9 Line Manager Competencies with Positive and Negative Behavioural Measures)

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Line Manager Competency Framework

A competency framework is a means by which organisations communicate which behaviours are required, valued, recognised and rewarded with respect to specific occupational roles. It ensures that staff, in general, have a common understanding of the organisation’s values and expected excellent performance behaviours.

1. Judgement
2. Planning and Organising
3. Evaluation Skills
4. Taking decisions
5. Influencing
6. Initiative
7. Resource Management
8. Developing People
9. Innovation

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Line Manager Competency Framework

A competency framework is a means by which organisations communicate which behaviours are required, valued, recognised and rewarded with respect to specific occupational roles. It ensures that staff, in general, have a common understanding of the organisation’s values and expected excellent performance behaviours.

All companies will have their own ideas of what behaviours they want to see. These are 9 common line manager competencies each with positive and negative measures that you can purchase from us.

1. Judgement
2. Planning and Organising
3. Evaluation Skills
4. Taking decisions
5. Influencing
6. Initiative
7. Resource Management
8. Developing People
9. Innovation

Example: Innovation – Positive and Negative Behavioural Measures

Able to take novel approaches, to introduce fresh ideas and insights, and to improve on traditional methods or established practices

Positive Attributes

• Tries out alternative approaches, new ideas or new methods
• Questions the way things are done; suggests improvements and makes changes
• Uses new information to generate and explore ideas or new directions
• Stimulates others to generate ideas, explore opportunities, possibilities or challenges

Negative Attributes

• Sticks to ‘tried and tested’ methods; rejects new ideas; prefers the routine approach
• Accepts the ‘status quo’; does not see alternatives or options
• Sticks to ‘the facts’ and what is known; does not explore or experiment; does not see connections
• Keeps ideas to self; deters innovation in others

 

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