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Learning and Leadership Development Staff, Best Practice Institute
Van Lindberg, VP and Associate General Counsel at Rackspace, Chairman of the Python Software Foundation, OpenStack Foundation Board
Most organizations focus on leadership and management development competencies when building their leadership development and HR programs. A majority of leaders and managers agree that technical skills are one of the most important aspects of excelling and succeeding within an organization. Some of the greatest CEOs like Jack Welch, and CLOs like Kimo Kippen, CLO at Hilton Worldwide, started out by performing the technical functions of the organization and rising to succeed in higher positions in the organization. However, more often than not, organizations leave out key technical skills in the overall competency model and developmental program. Does your organization leave out technical skills for employee development in your organization? Or are you implementing a holistic and integrated model that accounts for the technical aspects of your business that make you competitive in the marketplace?
• Successes and Learnings from Technical Competency Models
• The best Knowledge, Skills, Attributes, Behaviors, and Abilities of a Great Technical Competency Model
• What models have you used for Developing Your Technical Competency Model
• How Do you Integrate Your Technical Competency Model into Your Overall HR System/HRIS and Talent Management Model
BPI Community members, executives and experts