Types of Core Competencies

1. Our organization recognizes the diverse and distinctive core capabilities required for each job. However, in order to address the majority, if not all, positions, we have identified the following general core capabilities that are intentionally broad:

2. Client-Concentrated: Actively seeks and identifies opportunities to provide the highest level of service.

3. Technically Knowledgeable: Possesses the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to effectively handle specific tasks, jobs, or functions.

4. Problem Solver and Decision-Maker: Demonstrates a wide range of approaches to analyze, understand, and creatively address complex concepts, issues, and situations.

5. Diary and Organizer: Proactively develops and ensures the smooth execution of both short-term and long-term goals and objectives.

6. Interpersonally Effective: Establishes and maintains positive working relationships.

7. Effective Communicator: Exhibits open, honest, and respectful communication through both written and verbal means.

8. Platoon-Builder: Unites and motivates a group of individuals towards a defined mission, purpose, and ideal.

9. Generator/Change Agent: Possesses visionary qualities and takes the initiative to seize opportunities and take action to achieve desired outcomes.

10. Inventor: Generates and recognizes creative solutions in various work scenarios.

11. Flexible/Adaptable: Maintains effectiveness in dynamic work environments where circumstances and priorities are subject to change.

12. Accountable: Assumes responsibility and authority for addressing problems, designing solutions, or resolving issues.

13. Skill and Career Development Coach: Evaluates and enhances both individual and team strengths and needs, while providing guidance and preparing staff for growth and advancement.

14. Politically Astute: Takes into account potential support or opposition to ideas or actions based on political interests and constraints.

15. Flexible: Maintains a high level of performance and composure in the face of pressure, opposition, or review.

16. Results-Oriented: Strategically directs time and resources towards achieving high-quality outcomes.

17. Ethical: Upholds and promotes personal integrity, as well as the values and principles of the organization, in all endeavors.

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