Development and self-developmentAbility to encourage and encourage the growth of talent (knowledge and skills) of their own and others, and to use various technologies, tools, and means, as appropriate. It implies the search for continuous learning, keeping updated and being able to incorporate new knowledge into your work area to obtain better results in the business.Ability to permanently identify opportunities for growth and development of talent (knowledge and skills) and collaborators. Ability to install and disseminate the concept of self-development as an individual responsibility. Ability to maximize the usefulness of the technologies, tools, and means available for the development of talent. Ability to maintain a proactive attitude towards continuous learning, continual updating and the incorporation of new knowledge to the company, aimed at the improvement of activities, management and results. Ability to become an organizational model on the subject to be followed.Ability to identify development opportunities in knowledge and skills, both for himself and for the other members of his team. Ability to understand the concept of self-development as individual responsibility. Ability to efficiently and adequately manage existing technologies, tools and means for the development of talent. Ability to look for new ways of learning and continual updating, useful for their performance and that of their collaborators.Ability to identify opportunities for talent growth (knowledge and skills), for himself and his collaborators. Ability to accurately use existing technologies, tools and means for the development of their own and others’ capacities. Ability to maintain the readiness to incorporate new learnings and stay updated.Ability to recognize opportunities for improvement, for himself and his most direct collaborators, concerning their knowledge and skills. Ability to accept feedback offered by others and to determine the most appropriate courses of action.The ability to delegate duty and to work with others and coach them to develop their capabilities.Applied Learning – Assimilating and applying new job-related information on time.Coaching – Providing timely guidance and feedback to help others strengthen specific learning/ability areas needed to fulfill a task or solve a problem.Continuous Learning – Actively recognizing new areas for learning; regularly creating and taking benefit of learning possibilities; using newly gained knowledge and skill on the job and learning through their application.Developing Others – Planning and supporting the development of individuals’ skills and capabilities so that they can fulfill current or future job/role duties more efficiently.DEVELOPING OTHERS – Willingness to delegate responsibility, work with others, and coach them to build their capabilities.LEARNING – Desiring and making an effort to take new knowledge and skills to work. Concern for the procurement of new job knowledge.MENTORING – Overall concern for the developmental level of an individual, a group of peers, or employees.Expert AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT – The commitment to improve one’s technical and personal growth.• Provides helpful, behaviorally specific feedback to others.• Shares information, guidance, and advice to help others to be more successful; offers powerful coaching• Gives people responsibilities that will help develop their abilities.• Regularly meets with employees to review their development progress.• Recognizes and reinforces people’s developmental efforts and improvements.• Expresses confidence in others’ ability to be successful.Continual Learning – Assesses and recognizes own strengths and weaknesses; pursues self-development.Developing Others – Develops the ability of others to work and contribute to the system by giving ongoing feedback and by providing opportunities to learn through formal and straightforward processes.Education and Training – Knowledge of teaching, training, research, making presentations, lecturing, testing, and other instructional methods.Employee Development – Knowledge of employee development ideas, principles, and practices related to preparation, evaluating, and administering training, organizational development, and career development initiatives.Learning – Uses efficient learning method to acquire and apply new knowledge and skills; uses training, feedback, or other opportunities for self-learning and development.Teaches Others – Helps others learn; identifies training needs; provides constructive support; coaches others on how to perform tasks; acts as a mentorTeaching Others – Helps others learn through formal or informal processes; identifies training needs; provides constructive feedback; coaches others on how to work tasks; acts as a mentorActively participates in learning activities-Takes part in needed training activities in a way that makes the most of the training experience (e.g., takes notes, asks questions, does required tasks). ƒQuickly gains experience, understanding, or skill-Readily absorbs and comprehends new knowledge from formal and informal learning experiences. ƒApplies expertise or skill-Puts new understanding, opinion, or skill to practical use on the job; furthers learning through trial and error.Sample Job Activities• Learn to operate new machines, equipment, or computers.• Learn to comprehend statistical method control (SPC) charts and analyzes.• Learn to use a computer to input or recover necessary information.• Learn to use gauges, micrometers, or other analysis equipment.• Learn to use office machines.• Learn new information about changing products, markets, procedures, or management techniques (e.g., project planning, leadership skills, etc.).• Learn to execute a process with numerous steps.• Learn changes in job routine or ideas.• Learn to complete a task through on-the-job practice.• Attend training programs and apply new knowledge on the job.• Learn to use different organizational forms or describing logs.• Learn highly technical knowledge about a product or operation.• Learn unique, job-related vocabulary.• Learn an organization’s structure, policies, cultures and values, and procedures.