How do you interpret the difference between a low performer and someone who is simply not in the right spot for them. How many of you have seen a good person in the wrong role?
Imagine if that person, or the organization, could use competency models to identify what skills people have and where they do best fit? So instead of losing potentially really good people, you simply move them to where their skills and the competencies required best align.
This is the power of competency models and a competency assessment (because you have to have the honest skills data). If you know what people have to do to be great in their roles, and you know what skills people have, then you can perform that alignment seamlessly as those openings become available. Think about how many good people could be saved, the amount of turnover savings you could achieve, and how much more engagement would grow naturally when people are in the right role.