Behavioural factors

Behavioural factors within SFIA's 7 levels of responsibility

Complementing SFIA’s professional skills framework, this section highlights the behavioural factors within the 7 Levels of Responsibility across the 5 key attributes of Autonomy, Influence, Complexity, Knowledge and Business Skills.

The breakdown of each level of responsibility with a behavioural factor provides an valuable tool to support the skills management lifecycle and associated activities.

  • It can provide building blocks for creating, or integrating with, an organisation’s own behavioural competency framework.

In accordance with the design principles of SFIA, the behavioural factor descriptions are generic in content to ensure they can be universally applied to an organisations’ structure, capability framework and ways of working.

Download here - Behavioural factors in SFIA.

Index of behavioural factors in the document

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Collaboration

2

Communication Skills

3

Creativity

4

Decision Making

5

Delegation

6

Execution Performance

7 - 8

Influence

9

Leadership

10 - 11

Learning & Professional Development

12 - 13

Planning

14

Problem Solving

15

Generic Attributes and Contextual Descriptions

16 - 17

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