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GAP Analysis

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Would be grateful for any useful material - models to help young supervisors to id skil/attitude gaps in their teams - they don't need to be able to correct it at this stage just ID. Needs to be v practical.
Michelle Roberts

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  1. Competency Framework
    What you need is a simple competency framework which defines the expected skill levels and behaviours simply and clearly for each role being performed.

    This will allow even the most inexperienced supervisor to easily read off the skills expected and “warning signs” to put together an easy to use gap analysis.

    It will also benefit any coaching or training programmes you run as you will be able to “standardise” to an extent any training to deliver for “plugging the gaps”

    If you need any further information please feel free to e-mail me: [email protected] and I can point you in the direction of some sample competency frameworks and give some suggestions for implementation.

  2. We have just been through this
    Hi there,

    We have just conducted this excrcise and very successfully too! I am happy to discuss on the telephone with you. Please contact me on email [email protected] if you want to arrange something.

    Sue

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