The SHL Universal Competency Framework

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The SHL Universal Competency Framework (UCF) incorporates a model of performance at work that defines the relationships between competency potential, competency requirements, and competencies themselves. This paper outlines the key benefits of using a model for competencies and how such a model can be used to assess people in the workplace and, ultimately, to improve organizational performance.

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