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Synonyms for competency

physical, mental, financial, or legal power to perform

Synonyms for competency

the quality of being adequately or well qualified physically and intellectually

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The requirement to use competencies in the hiring process will apply to all federal agencies and becomes effective in DoD as components migrate to the USA Staffing upgrade, the Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) hiring software solution for federal agencies.
These roles form the important sources for identifying the competencies of the organization.
To earn a Microsoft competency, partners have to successfully complete exams (leading to Microsoft Certified Professionals) to prove their level of technology expertise and, for gold competencies, designate these certified professionals uniquely to a single Microsoft competency, ensuring a certain level of staffing capacity.
The Council on Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice adopted the 2014 version of the competencies in June, and the new tools are a cross section of both the 2014 and 2010 versions of the core competencies and offer a set of competency assessments.
In New Hampshire, a local control state, every district made its own decisions about the format of its competencies.
Depending on how the role is defined, different competencies will be applicable.
a number of state Extension organizations have adopted a set of competencies for some or all of their employees and the Cooperative Extension System developed a list of core competencies.
In February 2009, the American Hospital Association's Blue Ribbon Panel on Trustee Core Competencies issued a report that recommended two sets of core competencies for board members preparing to lake on the challenges now facing hospitals and health systems.
Managerial competencies are the skills and other predispositions, especially motivation, to perform management position.
Further on, the book draws a sketch of the competency models, tools and techniques of identification and assessment of the competencies.
Sahoo, which covers various dimensions of competency mapping processes including developing a competency model for the organization, identification of competencies, assessment of competencies and the implementation of competency mapping process.
The primary mandate is to ensure a solid foundation for each job by defining key accountabilities and related competencies that are critical to deliver on those accountabilities.
In this first of a three-part series to address the need to capture the expertise of the existing workforce and develop the next generation of program leaders, I will discuss the business case for doing so, define project and program management, and explore the concept of competencies (i.
Global Competencies that Facilitate Working Effectively Across Cultures.
Abstract: The National Health Education Competencies (National Commission for Health Education Credentialing) and the Public Health Core Competencies (Council on Linkages for Public Health Practice) were compared qualitatively in order to determine the extent to which overlap existed between the two.
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