Your HR organization has spent many hours developing competencies that define the knowledge, behavior and skills employees must demonstrate to be successful in their jobs.
But your work isn't done yet! The next challenge is communicating these competencies in a way that employees know what's expected of them.
The problem is that competencies are often defined using complex, abstract terms, so they're difficult for employees to understand.
It doesn't have to be this way. You can make competencies meaningful and easy to put into action. Our easy-to-follow guide shows four simple techniques to build employee understanding and buy-in.