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Building Competency Models Workshop

November 7-9, 2017 | Ft. Lauderdale | DoubleTree Suites

On-Site Programs Available


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About the Conference

Building Competency Models Workshop

November 7-9, 2017 | Ft. Lauderdale | DoubleTree Suites


On-Site Programs Available

This 3-day workshop teaches HR professionals the six-step process to developing their own competency models without external assistance. Learn to collect, code, and analyze the data needed to build models using resource panels, job analysis interviews and structured event interviews.

Topics include:

  • How to build competency models for multiple jobs in an organization
  • How to develop or tailor a competency dictionary, and integrate off-the-shelf lists from PDI, Lominger, DDI, etc.
  • How to successfully implement a sustainable competency system
  • Talent management, assessment, selection and retention
  • Succession planning and performance management

$2,250

Only $2,250. - 10% discount for multiple registrations from the same organization

This program has been approved for 19.25 credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.

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Meet the Instructor

Richard Gerlach
Instructor
Richard Gerlach has trained more than 800 HR professionals to build competency models and human resource applications. He has completed consulting projects for organizations that include Franklin Templeton, Braskem, Mary Kay, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Michael Baker Corporation, Nuclear Fuel Services, FirstGroup America, GTECH, Samsung, John Deere, Electrolux, and the Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation.

His experience includes senior level HR and talent management positions for Fortune 500 corporations, including Ryder System, Inc. Dick has a MBA from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor's Degree in Finance from Western Michigan University.

Testimonials

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    Competency modeling is an essential process for all organizations. After completing this workshop, I feel well equipped with the knowledge and skills to help communicate, develop, and implement competency models for our organization.

    D&L/HR Manager Health Care

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    I was expecting to learn a more rigorous approach to developing competency models, and this course exceeded my expectations.

    Human Resources Manager Software Company

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    After participating in Workitect's Competency Modeling Workshop, I know that I can go back to the job and implement the process with competence and confidence. Read more

    Learning and Development Retail Real Estate

Program Agenda

It's a three-day event that included workshops and networking time.

8:30 A.M.

Overview & Conceptual Framework

Welcome and Introductions.
Overview of workshop, utilizing a 6-step model building process.
Competencies: what are they?
Research and background.
What is a competency model.
Criteria for a good competency model.
Value and benefits of job competency models.

Step 1 - Conceptualizing the Project

Thinking through the business need.
Clarifying the need with the sponsor.
Developing an approach.
Gaining the sponsors support for the approach.
Three approaches to competency model building.

12:00 P.M.

Lunch

Provided by Workitect.

1:00 P.M.

Step 2 - Project Planning

Stakeholder analysis.
Structure of the project plan.

Step 3 - Data Collection

Data collection tasks.
Primary data collection methods.
Secondary data collection methods.

5:00 P.M.

Adjourn

8:30 A.M.

Step 3 - Data Collection

Complete data gathering exercises.

Step 4 - Data Analysis and Coding

General approach for analyzing data.
Analyzing data from job analysis interviews.
Analyzing data from structured event interviews.
Integrate data from all sources.
Target data exercise.

12:10 P.M.

Lunch

Provided by Workitect.

1:10 P.M

Step 4 - Data Analysis and Coding

Coding Exercise.
Analyzing data from resource panels.

Step 5 - Building the Competency Model

Select a set of competencies.
Create behavioral indicators.
Identify clusters.
Prepare draft of model.
Review with sponsors.

Step 2 - Project Planning (revisited)

Project planning worksheet.
Complete planning exercise (own project).

5:00 P.M.

Adjourn

8:30 A.M.

Creating Technical and Functional Competencies

Individual Consulting Help (in Small Groups)

Each participant reviews his/her back home project, implementation plan, challenges, issues, etc. and receives consulting help from a Workitect consultant/instructor and others in the group.

Step 6- Developing Applications

Professional Development and Training.
Selection.
Performance Management.
Succession Planning.

12:00 P.M.

Lunch

Provided by Workitect.

1:00 P.M.

Step 6 - Developing Applications

Other- Compensation, Culture change.
Group discussions on specific applications.

Summary and Program Wrap-up

Summary exercise.
Final issues and wrap-up.

3:00 P.M.

Adjourn

Tailored On-Site Workshops

Each organization has its own particular needs and situation that are difficult to address in a public workshop. On-Site programs can be customized to the special needs of an organization. Consulting assistance can be a larger component, technical competencies can be included, or organizational issues addressed.

Other benefits include being able to:


  • Evaluate, and possibly modify, past or existing model building approaches
  • Develop an organizational competency framework
  • Focus on strategy, planning, and implementation of specific applications
  • Achieve synergy; prepare implementation team members to collaborate and support each other
  • Ensure consistency in applying model building methodology
  • Obtain cost-savings; training more people with no travel costs

Here are a few examples of recent on-site workshops and planning sessions:

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Air Canada:

Our 3-day Building Competency Models workshop was modified to devote more time to plan the implementation of the various competency modeling approaches, and on the development of three high priority HR applications.

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Braskem (formerly Sunoco Chemical):

Tailored a 3-day workshop that combined the essentials of both the building competency models and building technical competencies sessions for the HR staff. The workshop also focused on developing a consistent approach for building models throughout the company.
"Workitect demystified the competency development process and gave us the confidence to move forward with our program."
Kelly Elizardo Director, Learning & Development

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Franklin Templeton:

A 2-day working session to review the essentials of building competency models with the company's HRD staff. The second part of the program was to build expertise in how to explain and sell the benefits of competencies to clients and to facilitate a consistent process for building models throughout the company.



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John Deere:

The company had started a process to build technical competency models for a number of roles within the organization. We developed and conducted a 1-day working session to review the essentials of technical competencies and use these principles to review and revise the work done to date.

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U.S. Department of Defense, Inspector General Office:

Two 4-day on-site sessions for the staff that are charged with building models for their organization. The workshops included both building competency models and building technical models.

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    "This course is simultaneously practical, comprehensive, and intellectually rigorous. By providing the project methodology and modeling methodology, Workitect has given me all I need to succeed. I am ready to go!"

    Deane Williams Program Manager

People representing these organizations have attended our workshops

About the Location

DoubleTree Suites

2670 East Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

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