A key driver of improved performance is ensuring that the capability of the organisation is continually developing – it is imperative in order to stay competitive. This prompts a number of questions:
- What capability needs to be developed?
- How do we know what ‘good’ looks like?
- Once we know what needs developing how do we actually do that?
- How will we know when we’ve achieved our goals?
GFB are experts in helping organisations to maximise their people capability and answer those questions. Behind that expertise is a deep knowledge and understanding of what good looks like from a behavioural perspective as well as being really experienced in helping individuals and organisations change and develop behaviours.
GFB recommends a behavioural competency framework known as the Schroder High Performance Management Competency (HPMC) framework. The framework is a highly robust and recognised behavioural framework, backed by empirical research that confirms that it can differentiate between high and average performing individuals and organisations. It tells us what capability needs to be developed and what ‘good’ looks like and in turn provides clear guidance on how to develop and do things differently so that development can be monitored and success celebrated.