Employees are often evaluated with competency modeling, which provides supervisors a description of the skills, behaviors, attitudes, and knowledge needed by those individuals hired to perform their jobs. These competencies are often developed through review sessions and group meetings of employees to ensure that they capture the language and spirit that are important to the organization. After developing the competencies that identify the dimensions of a job and the skills required, levels of performance can be defined. The specific behaviors and outcomes that indicate excellent, average, and poor performance can then be identified.

General Requirements:

Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:


Refer to “Job Posting for Assignments,” which provides a fictitious job posting.

In a document of 1,000-1,250 words, develop 5 competencies based on the duties and skills of the project manager position given in the course resource as well as those skills and behaviors that are necessary for effective managerial positions in the modern business climate. For each competency, include the following:

  1. A description of the competency.
  2. A rationale for selecting the competency.
  3. Performance statements for the competency (include one each for poor, acceptable, and excellent performance).
  4. A discussion of how theories of leadership influenced the competencies selected for the position presented. (Benchmarks C 4.2: Evaluate theories and styles of leadership for appropriateness to organizational contexts.)

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