Want FREE Templates on Digital Transformation? Download our FREE compilation of 50+ slides. This is an exclusive promotion being run on LinkedIn.

Competency Based HRM Best Practice   53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)

Competency Based HRM Best Practice (53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Competency Based HRM Best Practice (53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Competency Based HRM Best Practice (53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Competency Based HRM Best Practice (53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Competency Based HRM Best Practice (53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Competency Based HRM Best Practice (53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Competency Based HRM Best Practice (53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Competency Based HRM Best Practice (53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Competency Based HRM Best Practice (53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Log in to unlock full preview.
Arrow   Unlock all 19 preview images:   Login Register

Competency Based HRM Best Practice (PowerPoint PPTX)

File Type: 53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)
Secondary File: Word (DOCX)

Top 500 Best Practice $25.00

Add to Cart


Immediate digital download upon purchase.
Lifetime document updates included with purchase.
Fully editable & customizable PPTX document.
Supplemental DOCX document also included.
Trusted by over 10,000+ organizations.


  1. Provides of HR Management Framework based on Competency PPTX
  2. Provides of Competency Assessment and Rating PPTX
  3. Provides of Presenter Note which contains material explanations to help make presentations more comprehensive DOCX


This product (Competency Based HRM Best Practice) is a 53-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX) with a supplemental Word document, which you can download immediately upon purchase.

Competency Based HRM Best Practice

1. HR Management Framework based on Competency
2. and Job Description
3. Competency Identification Process
4. Examples of Competency
5. Benefits of Using Competency Model
6. Key Characteristics of Successful Implementation
7. Competency-based Interview for Selection
8. Competency-based Interview (CBI)
9. STAR Approach in Competency-based Interview
10. Bias in the Interview Process
11. Competency-based Career Planning
12. Assessing Employee Career Plan
13. Employee Development Program
14. Competency-based Training & Development
15. Competency-based Training Framework
16. Competency Profile Per Position
17. Training Matrix for Competency Development
18. Competency-based Performance Management
19. Assessing Competency through Assessment Center
20. Competency Assessment and Rating

Competencies are the knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors that contribute to individual and organizational performance. Knowledge is information developed or learned through experience, study or investigation. Skill is the result of repeatedly applying knowledge or ability. Ability is an innate potential to perform mental and physical actions or tasks. Behavior is the observable reaction of an individual to a certain situation. The target proficiency level for each competency will vary based on an individual's position and the organization's needs.

HR Management Framework based on Competency – this serves as the foundation for all Human Resource functions and is also deemed as the linkage between the performance of an individual and the results of the business. Competency refers to the following:
1. It pertains to the determining factor for an outstanding performance.
2. Competency is a consolidation of know-how, job attitude and skills which are manifested in a job behavior that can be evaluated or measured and of course observed.
3. The primary focus of competency is behavior. This is regarded as the application of knowledge, job attitude and skills.

Competency and Job Description
a. Competency model concentrates on "how" while job description looks at "what".
b. Competency models are practical measurement tools which aid workers to agree on a common language and fully understand what is understood by higher performance. Furthermore, competency-based human resource management is regarded as a root strategy to aid coordinate skills and internal behaviors with the crucial direction of the firm as a whole.
c. Competency models interpret organizational values, goals and strategies that if appropriately designed and exquisitely managed this can lead to organizational and individual performance developments and thus aids in the promotion and assimilation of all human resource management practices.
d. Typically, a competency model comprised of competency titles, the titles' definitions and the key behavior indicators.
e. Competency studies the individuals who perform the job well and it also determines the jobs with regards to the behaviors and traits of these individuals.
f. Conventional job description analysis views at job elements and determines the job into series of tasks required to execute the job.

Types of Competency
1. Managerial competency also known as Soft Competency- this refers to the type of competency that links to the capability to handle job and develop synergy with other people. For instance: communication, leadership and problem solving.

2. Functional Competency also known as Hard Competency- this links to the functional capacity of job. In addition to this, it particularly deals

with the technical facet of the job. For instance: electrical engineering, financial analysis and market research.


UJ Consulting

This comprehensive guide delves into the intricacies of competency identification and the benefits of using competency models. It also provides practical tools for competency-based interviews and performance management.

Got a question about the product? Email us at support@flevy.com or ask the author directly by using the "Ask the Author a Question" form. If you cannot view the preview above this document description, go here to view the large preview instead.

Source: Best Practices in Human Resources PowerPoint Slides: Competency Based HRM Best Practice PowerPoint (PPTX) Presentation, UJ Consulting


Add to Cart


File Type: PowerPoint pptx (PPTX)
Secondary File: Word docx (DOCX)
File Size: 631.2 KB
Number of Slides: 53 (includes cover and all slides)


Author: UJ Consulting
Additional documents from author: 179

UJ Consulting

Untung Juanto ST. , MM. Founder of UJ Consulting. He is professionally experienced business and management consultant in several local and multinational companies. [read more]

Ask the Author a Question

Must be logged in

Did you know?
The average daily rate of a McKinsey consultant is $6,625 (not including expenses). The average price of a Flevy document is $65.

Trusted by over 10,000+ Client Organizations
Since 2012, we have provided best practices to over 10,000 businesses and organizations of all sizes, from startups and small businesses to the Fortune 100, in over 130 countries.
AT&T GE Cisco Intel IBM Coke Dell Toyota HP Nike Samsung Microsoft Astrazeneca JP Morgan KPMG Walgreens Walmart 3M Kaiser Oracle SAP Google E&Y Volvo Bosch Merck Fedex Shell Amgen Eli Lilly Roche AIG Abbott Amazon PwC T-Mobile Broadcom Bayer Pearson Titleist ConEd Pfizer NTT Data Schwab

Read Customer Testimonials

Customers Also Bought These Documents

Document Bundle
$99.00 Bundle of 10 Documents
Document Bundle
$39.00 Bundle of 4 Documents

Customers Also Like These Documents

Related Management Topics

Human Resources Consulting Frameworks ITIL Strategy Frameworks Consulting Training Company Analysis Strategy Development Proposal Template PowerPoint Diagrams Compilation Performance Management KPI Employee Management Maturity Model Digital Transformation

Download our FREE Organization, Change, & Culture, Templates

Download our free compilation of 50+ slides and templates on Organizational Design, Change Management, and Corporate Culture. Methodologies include ADKAR, Burke-Litwin Change Model, McKinsey 7-S, Competing Values Framework, etc.