"Capability incorporates the skills, knowledge and attitudes that a person brings to their work. It includes technical, business, personal and professional expertise which can be developed by formal and informal learning, observation, mentoring, guidance, feedback, lifelong experience and reflection."
Queensland Public Service, Capability and Leadership Framework, 2010
Capability development is a critical component of the Developing Performance process. Determining capabilities requiring development within current roles and to progress career aspirations, as well as negotiating effective ways to develop these capabilities, ensures the process is meaningful and worthwhile.
To ensure a good return on investment for the time and budget invested in capability development, options must be clearly linked to the performance and development goals in a Developing Performance plan.
Consider these questions when choosing capability development options:
This page was last reviewed on 12 May 2016 at 03:06PM
Research undertaken by Lombardo and Eichinger about the most effective development suggests that:
Lombardo and Eichinger 2003, Leadership Machine