The Value Added Employee / Edition 2

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Overview

It's hard to tell if today's competitive job market is more unsettling for employees seeking job security or companies trying to retain loya l workers. The Value-Added Employee provides fresh insights on what ma kes employees valuable to the organization and how companies can keep productive employees on the job. Employees will understand how to incr ease their personal marketability by developing specific skills, knowl edge, and attitudes. Managers and coaches will find the tools and reso urces to make employees more valuable to the organization. Even policy makers and human resource professionals can drive change and business improvement through the application of competency modeling processes. The Value-Added Employee is a step-by-step plan for targeting the com petencies an employee wants to develop and employers most desire. It d iscusses 31 core competencies, including interpersonal competencies, b usiness competencies, and self-management competencies.

Audience: HR and Training Professionals; individuals looking to improve their career skills.

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Editorial Reviews

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"I surprising have found that 'The Value-Added Employee' book has many roles in our organization. First, we use the three competency areas (people, business and self-management) to structure our managers' and employees' professional development. The model and the competencies give the managers and employees a common language to formulate development plans. Second, we give managers a copy of the book to help themselves and their employees understand all the aspects of work competencies and professional development. They both learn together and have a quick reference guide. Then, we also use the book as a 'bible' when we are conducting career planning sessions with employees. In addition, I feel the book can be used as individual self-help guide to career planning. This is definitely one of my favorite tools I use in my organization development role here at Rexall Sundown." - Carlin Murray, Manager, Corporate Learning & Development, Rexall Sundown, Inc., Boca Raton, FL
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780750674515
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 10/1/2001
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 194
  • Sales rank: 1,495,710
  • Product dimensions: 8.25 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.46 (d)

Meet the Author

Edward Cripe is president of Merit Performance, Inc., based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He has 30 years of experience in organization development, training, competency systems, performance management, and management consulting with companies such as ConAgra, American National Can, CIGNA, Ashland Oil, Cable and Wireless, and The Limited. He is co-developer of the REACH (TM) Coaching Performance Excellence Training program and author of articles that have appeared in Training and Development Journal, HR Professional, Corporate University Review, and others.

has more than 20 years of experience in competency-based job analysis, skills assessment, management development, and course development. He has completed major competency assessment and organizational change projects for clients in most industries, including American National Can, Digital Equipment Corporation, EMC Corporation, The Travelers, Blue Cross-Blue Shield, and General Electric. Dr. Mansfield is co-author of The Psychology of Creativity and Discovery and has published numerous articles.

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Table of Contents

Introduction; Part I: The road to value creation and career success: Performance and competence add value; Capitalizing on strengths and building competencies; Where do you want to go, and what are you willing to do to get there? Obtaining the resources and support you need; Part II: Competencies dealing with people; Business compentencies; Self-management competencies; Appendix A: Core competencies; Appendix B: Worksheets for career planning and self-assessment; Appendix C: Example of a competency model; Appendix D: Team competencies; Appendix E: Position analysis; Appendix F: Applications of competency modeling

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