Leadership in Action at work place in Western world

Posted by: | Posted on: March 15, 2015

We, Cambodians, wish to see the upcoming new selection advertisement of Nine Members for the new NEC is broadly outlined such as the Job Descriptions, Detailed Obligations and Responsibilities, Qualifications, and Security Check etc.

There are different levels of Civil Service Competency Framework by Grades in the UK. But this example one is in Grade called “Band B”. In brief, those wish to work within this grade must possess following competency within the Civil Service Values Encircled:

Civil Service Leadership Competency B of UK1. Setting Direction

  • Seeing the big picture
  • Changing and improving
  • Making effective decisions

2. Engaging People

  • Leading and communicating
  • Collaborating and partnering
  • Building capacity for all

3. Delivering Results

  • Achieving commercial outcomes
  • Delivering value for money
  • Managing a quality service
  • Delivering at pace

 

Beside of detailing each framework and sub-framework, the job description (ភារកិច្ចការងារ) outlined effective behavior vs. ineffective behavior as well, for example:

1. Seeing the Big Picture

Keep up to date with a broad set of issues relating to the work of the Department vs. Have a narrow view of their role, without understanding the Department’s wider activities

2. Changing and Improving

Understand and apply technology to achieve efficient and effective business and personal results vs. Avoid use of technology and stick to tried and tested means of delivering business objectives

3. Making Effective Decisions

Demonstrate accountability and make unbiased decisions vs. Avoid making decisions that lie within own remit, continually push decisions up.

4. Leading and Communicating

Display enthusiasm around goals and activities – adopting a positive approach when interacting with others vs. Express limited interest in goals and activities.

5. Collaborating and Partnering

Demonstrate interest in others and develop a range of contacts outside own team to help get the job done vs. Ignore the knowledge and expertise that a wider network of colleagues and partners can bring to the work of the team.

6. Building Capability for All

Take ownership of team and individual development by identifying capability needs and consistently development objectives vs. Fail to address own capability needs or identify learning opportunities.

7. Achieving Commercial Outcomes

Be able to identify and access departmental procurement and commercial expertise vs. Make poor quality commercial decisions or take actions without having engaged with departmental commercial experts.

8. Delivering Value for Money

Manage information and financial data so that it is accurate, easily located and reusable vs. Ignore financial management information procedures.

9. Managing a Quality Service

Explain clearly to customers what can be done vs. Give customers and delivery partners an unrealistic picture of what is possible or focus on what cannot be done.

10. Delivering at Pace

Create regular reviews of what and who is required to make a project/activities successful and make ongoing improvements vs. Fail to maintain pace and progress.

For details, please read this pdf file which is derived from www.gov.uk

We, Cambodians, wish to see the upcoming new selection advertisement of Nine Members for the new NEC is broadly outlined such as the Job Descriptions, Detailed Obligations and Responsibilities, Qualifications, and Security Check etc.