Look at the job description for any role in any department at your company and you’ll likely find some overlap between the core competencies.
For many organizations, these competencies, among others, dictate the culture of the organization. Individuals won’t be hired if they don’t share the same values (often aligned with core competencies) as the organization as a whole, and the HR team is required to ensure that resumes fit the bill before bringing someone in for an interview. These parameters are defined not only to find the right fit for the job, but to also find the right fit for the organization, parameters that are often initially established by senior management.
But think about who fills those roles. Do you see those core competencies accurately reflected?
Read the full article on Thrive Global: https://thriveglobal.com/stories/workplace-culture-can-make-you-sharp-or-dull/.
By Jay Forte
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