Human Performance Intervention Core Competencies

In order to become successful as a Human performance Improvement practitioner, there are several core competencies one must develop:

  1. Leadership. Know how to influence others and lead effectively.
  2. Interpersonal skills. The ability to work well with others in order to achieve a common goal.
  3. Industry awareness. Understand the mission, vision, and culture of human service organizations.
  4. Organization understanding. Being able to see the whole picture including organizations as a social system including economic, political, and social influences.
  5. Problem-solving skills. Once performance gaps are identified, determine how to close the gap.
  6. Knowledge of intervention. Knowing how to apply not only training, but also non-training interventions.



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