The success of corporate strategy depends to a large extent on the contribution of each of the employees to the value produced by the organization. Behaviors which the employees should exhibit in order to achieve an effective performance and targeted business results are defined by competencies.
Given the new realities of the business environment, human resources can also be characterized as competence capital. Mobilizing individual characteristics, knowledge and experiences of the employees in line with the changing conditions of business environment requires an effective competency management. As a result, improving the competences of individuals and organizations, strengthening the interaction between them and integrating them with the corporate strategy is the main condition for adapting to today's business climate.
These programs aim to upskill the employees from all levels, especially mid-level managers, in areas that are required in the professional life, such as negotiation skills, organizational influence and persuasion, initiative and proactive behavior, corporate awareness, problem solving and decision making, presentation skills, time management, and meeting management.