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COMPETENCY MODELS in Performance Management

  • Tuesday, May 14, 2013
  • 7:15 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Sheraton, La Jolla
  • 297


  • Corporate account holder registering for themselves or their guest (up to 3 per corporate account per meeting)
  • Member registering for themselves. May also register a guest at the guest registration cost.
  • Late pricing for members
  • Late pricing for non-member & guests being registered by a member. (Guests of a member can be registered on the next page)
  • Non-member and/or guest being registered by a member. (Guests can be registered by members on the next page).
  • Exclusive Annual Sponsor/Corporate Member
    Attendance & Meal for up to 3
  • Sponsor attendance & meal for 1
  • Sponsor Attendance & meal for 2
  • Reserved/Upfront Table & Meal for up to 8 included.

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This months event is Sponsored by


Competency models are crucial tools in managing the Employee Life Cycle; providing continuity throughout an employee’s tenure at a company and maximizing corporate branding in Human Capital Management.  When properly implemented, they impact:

  • Recruiting, Selection and On-Boarding
  • Training and Development
  • Performance Management
  • Succession Planning
  • Beyond that, they are instrumental in driving corporate performance and in giving life to organizational values and culture.   

Take advantage of this opportunity to learn how Sony Network Entertainment International, a rapidly growing business (within the Sony family); implemented a comprehensive competency model targeted at increasing the employee experience and facilitating corporate growth strategies.   

At this session you will learn about

1. Integrating a competency model into the employment lifecycle, with specific focus on the performance management process.

2. Selling the model to your executive team.

3. Tying the competencies to your business model.

4. Selecting a resource and collaborating with external vendors.

Leslie Santiago-Powell, Sr. Training Specialist
Sony Network Entertainment

Dale Harris, Managing Principal
Apex Performance Strategies

This program has been approved for 1.5 strategic re-certification credit hours through HRCI.

The Mission of SDHR Forum is to develop business leaders  with strategic and innovative practices.

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Monthly Meeting Location
Joya Kitchen
10275 Science Center Dr #150
San Diego, CA 92121

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