Behavioural Competencies

What are behavioural competencies?

Behavioural competency refers to any behaviour attributes and personality traits that a person might have knowledge and skill set, which can help HRs and employers to distinguish a candidate from the hiring pool.

Why are behavioural competencies important?

The behavioural competencies are essential to check when screening and hiring new employees. That way, you could predict how successful he/she will be at the job they are applying for. In some cases, employers also look for specific behavioural competencies for certain roles in the team as well.

What are behavioural competencies examples?

Below are some examples of behavioural competencies:

  • Achievement Orientation
  • Fostering Communication
  • Attention to Detail
  • Client Focus
  • Continuous Learning


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