Do you know if everyone in your company is in the right place?
Companies' capability and skills needs are changing rapidly. As part of the organisation's strategy, a vision of capabilities is needed as a differentiator of competitiveness, regeneration capacity and the ability to act as part of expanding ecosystems. The development of personnel emphasises the need to utilise everyone's expertise and potential.
It is not self-evident that your employees are in the very roles in which they are best placed to succeed and support your business. That's why it's important that you recognize your capabilities at the organizational level and build a plan to develop them. This will give every employee and team the support they need to develop towards their best.
Investments in competence management can be seen not only in the well-being of employees, but also throughout the company: by harnessing the know-how correctly, your company's ability to grow and renew multiplies.
A good partner is irreplaceable in this job. We map your company's expertise, find future competence needs and highlight your company's hidden talents. Together, we create policies and structures that ensure that every employee of yours can shine in their work – in the right place.
The central task of supervisors and management is to ensure the renewal and continuous learning of the organisation.
How to identify skills that support competitive advantage and competitiveness? How to put these skills needs into practice at individual and team level? How to support the self-driving of personnel in competence development and how to train supervisors to act as enablers of competence development?
Competence needs must be taken to everyday life and day-to-day operations, as goals for teams and individuals.
In our competence management coaching, we help supervisors and management to understand how they can strengthen expertise that supports the strategy and the continuous development of teams and individuals.
Competence management coaching themes
Do you know where the skills that are central to your organization's future are?
The competence in the organisation must be identified, yet the identification should not be based on subjective assessment, but the current state of competence must be collected in several ways: