Generalist Hr
Richa Joshi
Training Consultant

Dear Seniors
I paisted a thred yestrday for getting guide lines for competency mapping and i got very disappointing feedback.There was no benifitial replys.Non professinal threads are getting views and replys and highly required threads are getting avoided.:x
We depend this network for professional solutions and belive that sharing minded people are seeking access in this group.
One mail related to a proposal had amazing replys.But i dont understand why thes types of threds are getting avoided
Let it be an eye opener and a provocative thought for all HR professioals dealing with this social network group
Dont feel discomfort bcz i love this group
With Warm Regards
31st March 2009 From India, Mumbai
Dear, Don’t think that ways. I understand ur feelings. Keep ur calm. Pls find attached a doc. I hope it will be helpful to u. Regards Vipin8)
31st March 2009 From India, New Delhi

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Dear Vipin
Acutally i was in need of some guidelines and I came to my office and looked first to that one and disappointing reply. SO only i made that commed
Thank Your For Your feed back
With Warm Regards
Shyam Sooraj
31st March 2009 From India, Mumbai
~Hi Shyam,
You are not the only one feeling this way, I too had tried to get some information on Competency Mapping and its relevance - I got loads of views ..ofcourse from those who thought there was some 'free' material on it -- no answers. Am very dissappointed.
I do also realize that maybe I had started the thread in the wrong forum -- however it had to to w/ training & development, so not a completely incorrect forum considering the questions/queries I had were to do w/ that.
I hope, that the members of citehr will try to get responsible and be what this group was actually supposed to be - a "support" -- not just a place to get "free" material from.
2nd April 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hi Shyam,

I suggest you refer the book "The handbook of Competency Mapping" by Seema Sanghi which gives the basics of defining & understanding competencies to a good extent.

If you really want to understand this concept thoroughly you can attend some workshop. I had attended a 'Certified Performance Competency Development' workshop conducted by 'Middle Earth Consultants' & it gave me a fair idea of drafting competencies from scratch. Theory/data may help but practical understanding may give you a better understanding about it.

You can contact them on
Ms.Shakti Ghodke
Program Manager
Tel. No.40960129/9833910028.

Seniors, can you please guide, since I agree with Shyam that at times Core hr practices or ideas don't get good response from citehr members as compared to generic posts.

Thanks & Regards,
2nd April 2009 From India, Mumbai
Really thanks prach..................
I purcahsed one book on the same topic................
Really thanks for your help ............keep it up ....................
see i am having a huge bundle of hr details.........any help keep in touch with me .....
3rd April 2009 From India, Mumbai
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