At The ROC Institute we work with professional competencies and personality traits. While the latter already enjoy great popularity and acceptance in personnel decision processes, competencies are less well-established as suitable indicators for predicting professional success. They are defined as the result of a complex interplay of knowledge, skills, abilities, personality, interests and other aspects. In order to capture these many aspects, numerous methods are often used in order to capture each of these components separately. This is highly costly as well as time-consuming. Our competence procedure does not attempt to capture these individual components separately but measures them directly as a product of the complex interaction. Professional competencies are thus recorded immediately. This procedure results in fewer errors in the evaluation.
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