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It is recognized that good personnel development is not just the job of HR, it must be in the business’ DNA. Personnel development needs to be an integral part of everyday life at work. Personnel development supports the professional development of employees and management, thusly winning their long-term service for the company. What Milford Adams does is to evaluate, identify, develop, and implement solutions.
What Milford Adams does
Focus on relevant competencies
Make specialist competencies available
Develop formal and informal learning
Implement internal and external training programs
Distinguish between leadership and management
Work to Focus on Relevant Competencies
Milford Adams knows that both the employee and
management must have a clear understanding of the
competencies that are required to do the job and what
the employee must possess.
Relevant competencies for current tasks and goals are jointly understood, assessed, and developed in a strategically accurate manner. It is important that the employee take the lead with regard to defining required competencies and their professional development goals, as this facilitates trust and a sense of responsibility.
Management of Competencies
In developing a competent management team, it is not just a simple question of training but has become collaboration among colleagues of similar experience and expertise in the area. Making the employee’s skills transparent, this fosters specialist collaboration within the organization. Knowing and understanding the knowledge and competencies that are within the organization, will provide excellent tools that can be leveraged for new projects that use the internal skillsets.
Categorizing Skill Profiles
Milford Adams will ensure that your personnel
development is systematic and will create job profiles with a universal core competency that is adjustable. "Job families" will be created for profiles that require the same competencies, making it easier to compare and to derive effective personnel development programs. In some areas, this provides the necessary degree of standardization for appraisals and development-oriented reviews.