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drdanai Started The Discussion:

Hi everybody !

Would you pls help me to explain this term or everythings you know about this
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Competency Dictionary
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In my opinion, I think that the Competency Dictionary should be inclusive of the competencies areas such as; Competency Model, Competency Levels and Competency Assessment etc.

Rgds,
Dan

paul58 - Contributing Member
Hi Dan, Please visit the FAQ on www.hrsg.ca You want further help please contact me 09448270474 or jo@indiafacilitation.org Jo

drdanai - 
Hi Jo

Thanks Jo for your reply and so, I saw your web about " Comprehensive Competency Dictionary ". This is very interesting that you are described the five proficiency levels of competency with a series of behavioral indicatiors.

Dan

Hi Dan, Feel free to contact me if you require further information about HRSG and our competency dictionary. Sally McMullen Director - HR HRSG

ashoosaini2002 - Contributing Member
I have seen lot of executives are looking for competency dictionaries. I was exploring and worked out something with help of other senior colleagues. You may like ti visit Human Resource Info4all: Functional Competency Dictionary for competency dictionaries and Human Resource Info4all to explore complete project on Competency Mapping.

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Hi everybody !

Would you pls help me to explain this term or everythings you know about this .
In my opinion, I think that the Competency Dictionary should be inclusive of the competencies areas such as; Competency Model, Competency Levels and Competency Assessment etc.

Rgds,
Dan

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