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Four step roadmap to implement the LGNSW Capability Framework

By Nicola Vass 18th April 2018  |  Capability Framework, Government

Capability Frameworks provide a common foundation for you to improve and integrate your recruitment, role definition, performance development, and workforce planning processes. Local Government NSW’s (LGNSW) Capability Framework is rising in popularity as a means for local councils to achieve their workforce development goals. We understand that this golden future can be difficult to achieve. Through […]

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Public Sector Capability Framework: the top 4 risks caused by a rushed foundation

By Nicola Vass 3rd March 2018  |  Capability Framework, Government

We’ve all been here before. Yet another legislative change that requires reform or new adjustments. We usually implement reforms because we have to or are forced to adapt, but the most appropriate and satisfying time to implement any change is when we can clearly see the benefits. Change is not easy, but when implemented correctly, […]

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Top 3 benefits your council can achieve from implementing the NSW Local Government Capability Framework

By Nicola Vass 15th February 2018  |  Capability Framework, Government

You may have heard about the new NSW Local Government Capability Framework, developed with involvement from both elected and employee local government representatives across the state and approved by the LGNSW Board in August 2017.

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Why the Capability Framework will be the recruitment tool to transform government service

1st December 2015  |  Capability Framework, Government

Capabilities are ?the knowledge, skills and abilities that public sector employees must demonstrate to perform their roles effectively?.

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