Having created your competency frameworks, and having assessed each employee, the competencies dashboard displays data from which management can identify strengths and weakness and make informed decisions about training and development priorities.
In this example, the default dashboard shows that for the Management framework...
There are two competencies
69 behaviours have been awarded so far
Leading for high performance
21 behaviours have been awarded so far
90 behaviours have been awarded altogether
In the previous 3 months, the workforce has developed their skills and abilities considerably
Level 1 awards have increased from 18 to 30
Level 2 awards have increased from 14 to 23
Level 3 awards have increased from 13 to 21
Level 4 awards have increased from 6 to 16
Drilling down further into a particular competency...
...we see the numbers of awards for each level and for each statement, as well as the awards given over time.
Management now have access to data that reflects the combined workforce behaviours and skills levels. They can use the data to identify strengths and weaknesses - perhaps to recognise a skills gap - the company needs more staff exhibiting level 2 communication skills.
These insights empower management to target training, development and perhaps recruitment in the most needed areas.