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Capability Framework – level three

Aberdeen City Council Capability Framework Level 3 Level 3 is for people who lead service delivery and / or manage managers. At this level, people are needed to lead teams and other leaders to improve service delivery.  There are five different areas of knowledge, skills and behaviour at each level. 

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Capability Framework – level two

Aberdeen City Council Capability Framework Level 2 This is the framework for people with responsibility for leading others (i.e. line managers, supervisors, team leaders etc) and/or projects.  There are five different areas of knowledge, skills and behaviour at each level.  Click into each Guiding Principle below to explore what’s needed

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Capability Framework – level four

Aberdeen City Council Capability Framework Level 4 This is the framework for people who are responsible for leading the organisation.  There are five different areas of knowledge, skills and behaviour at each level.  Click into each Guiding Principle below to explore what’s needed from all our level four employees. (Visited

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Self Leadership

  This topic is designed to give you options for improving your professionalism and leadership through increased self-Leadership. It includes: Why Self-Reflection is Essential What is Self-Reflection Know Thyself to Grow Thyself (Selection of stand alone Tools for increased Self-Awareness) How to Identify & Categorise your Professional Blind Spots Turning

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Engagement

Developing Our Teams Introduction High performing teams are those who are happy and engaged with what they do and who believe in where the organisation is going. Teams are often made up of diverse individuals with different skills and preferences. For teams to pull together and be effective they need

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Engage for Success

What it is? Although there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach and no master model for successful employee engagement, four common themes emerged from David MacLeod and Nita Clarke’s extensive research captured in Engaging For Success. Taken together, they include many of the key elements that go to make successful employee

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