Behavioral competencies are the skills, knowledge, abilities, and other characteristics needed for success in a particular role. They describe expectations for how results are achieved and include technical, leadership, and interpersonal factors.
University of Minnesota Leadership Competencies
What's Next? - Focus on Development
Consider including leadership competencies in goal setting for performance management - this will help facilitate meaningful developmental conversations.
Think about the work priorities for the next year and what behaviors will be most helpful/important in achieving the results, i.e. the "HOW" of performance.
Take the assessment below and ask your supervisor and your direct reports to take the assessment. Discuss the results during your ongoing check-in meetings. Do you agree on which competencies are more important to focus on given the type of work? Which competencies might be helpful to include in your annual goal setting?