Read the stream’s behavioural indicators for each leadership competency. Note the leadership skills and behaviours you currently demonstrate. Identify the skills and behaviours you need to prioritise and develop. These might be in your current leadership stream or in the leadership stream you would like to achieve next.
Use the Competency compass, our leadership competencies self-evaluation tool, to understand:
what skills and behaviours you currently demonstrate
how your skills and behaviours might change as your career progresses
how your skills and behaviours compare with your peers
what skills and behaviours you need to prioritise and develop.
It takes about 10 minutes and won’t identify or capture any personal data.
After you complete your self-evaluation
You’ll receive a unique leadership profile report based on your responses. Use this in your development conversations with your supervisor.
Embed the competencies into your role descriptions. Have your candidates address skills and behaviours relevant to the leadership stream and competencies required.
Use the relevant competencies in your interviews to assess your candidates.
Onboarding and induction
Discuss the competencies with new employees and how they align to their role, tasks and team. Get them to identify their leadership stream, complete the competencies self-assessment, and discuss their leadership goals and development actions in your performance conversations.
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