Skill Development

How do you identify the sets of practices required for your employees to perform effectively in your business? You can do this by creating a benchmark of skills. It is by collecting and compiling information about skills that you can create a common performance approach that is clear and accessible to everyone in the business. The benchmark highlights what employees need to do to be effective in their respective roles while supporting the strategic goals of the business.

This workshop will help you understand the steps involved in developing a competency benchmark, help you develop your employees' skills, and help you achieve
your business goals.

> To better understand the skills you need to focus on
> To help you during your recruitment and selection activities
> To more effectively evaluate the performance of your employees
> To provide good development activities for your employees

Any owner of small or medium-sized companies (or their representatives) who wish to set up a skills benchmark within the company in order
to facilitate the accomplishment of other HR processes that will help
in achieving the strategic objectives of the company.

  • Understand the need for a skills benchmark
  • Know what methodologies and models used for its preparation
  • Involve the right people in the benchmark development
  • Know how to define and draft a skill
  • Develop customized development plans for employees

    What is a skills benchmark?
    • It is useful during the processes of recruitment and selection,
      in talent management, in workforce development, etc.
      Methodology for developing a benchmark
      • Description of options
      • Selection of participants in its development
        Pitfalls to avoid

        Maintenance and update
        • When does it need to be updated?
        • Who will be responsible for updates?

          Our approach is practical and adapted
          to the specific needs of each client.

          We use practical training activities:

          • Business Diagnostic Tool
          • Interactive presentations
          • Reference list
          • Practical methodology and implementation
          • Action plan and HRM process development

            • Diagnosis of HRM needs
            • Reference document connected directly
              to the specific needs of each organization
            • Reference tool and HR processes guide

                This training is offered on-site and is tailored to your needs. We invite you to contact us or prices and availabilities.

                Find out more about our preferential rates policy to see if you are eligible.

                Sophie F. Marcil

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