Tools for the Field: Competency Models
July 13 @ 2:00 pm–3:15 pm EDT
Align your mission-area expertise with role-specific excellence.
In March, we shared our Program Officer Competency Model© with you. In mid-May, the Competency Models for Nonprofit Inclusive Leadership (with parallel tracks for organization staff and nonprofit board members) will be released to the public.
On July 13, we’ll offer a guided tour of the Johnson Center’s three competency models for the field of philanthropy — led by the in-house team who spearheaded their development — followed by a Q&A session.
Join Leslie Staroneck and Kevin Peterson to discover the many ways to use, adapt, and share the models in your own professional journey and in supporting smart, adaptive, and effective philanthropy.
Deadline to Register: July 6
About Our Competency Models
Competency models delineate the knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics (KSAOs) that are required for effective performance in a particular job or profession. Because of this focus, they have the potential to minimize bias in hiring and prioritize proficiency in the most important responsibilities of a role.
We offer these models as contributions to the field of philanthropy, aiming to elevate the importance of demonstrating proficiency in KSAOs over the holding of traditional credentials and utilization of formal networks.
The Johnson Center is using these models to inform the content and design of all our professional development offerings. We’re also using them to guide the development of a badging program which will go live this fall.