In January 2011, a competency model was developed by the UC Learning and Development Consortium that serves as a foundational tool for the development of staff, managers, and leaders at the University of California. UC Riverside has adopted this model and is in the process of integrating the competencies into the recruitment, performance management, and development functions. In an effort to align campus learning activities to these competencies and meet the developmental needs of our staff, we are asking for your input on the topics you feel are most important to your development. Based on the results of this survey, a curriculum will be developed that both aligns with the UC core competencies and supports career development. This questionnaire should take nor more than 10 minutes to complete. Thank you so much for your time!

UC Core Competencies
Communication
Diversity and Inclusion
Employee Engagement
Innovation and Change Management
Job Mastery and Continuous Learning
Resource Management
Results Orientation and Execution
Service Focus
Teamwork and Collaboration
People Management (identified for supervisors/managers)

* 1. What is your primary job function?

* 2. How important are the following skills in the performance of your job?

  Completely unimportant Somewhat unimportant Neutral Important Very Important Not Applicable
Active listening
Adaptability and flexibility
Assertiveness
Change management
Conflict resolution
Customer service
Diversity and inclusion
Financial management
Leadership
Presentation skills
Teamwork and collaboration
Time management
Understanding and developing Emotional Intelligence
Working with diverse groups
Writing and grammar

* 3. For supervisors: How important are the following skills in the performance of your job?

  Completely unimportant Somewhat unimportant Neutral Important Very Important Not Applicable
Coaching
Giving recognition
Hiring and selection
Leadership
Motivating others
Providing feedback
Retention of staff
Supervising in a union environment
Team building

* 4. How satisfied are you with your current skill level in these areas?

  Completely dissatisfied Somewhat dissatisfied Neutral Satisfied Very satisfied Not applicable
Active listening
Adaptability and flexibility
Assertiveness
Change management
Conflict resolution
Customer service
Diversity and inclusion
Financial management
Leadership
Presentation skills
Teamwork and collaboration
Time management
Understanding and developing Emotional Intelligence
Working with diverse groups
Writing and grammar

* 5. For supervisors: How satisfied are you with your current skill level in these areas?

  Completely dissatisfied Somewhat dissatisfied Neutral Satisfied Very satisfied Not applicable
Coaching
Giving recognition
Hiring and selection
Leadership
Motivating others
Providing feedback
Retention of staff
Supervising in a union environment
Team building

* 6. How interested would you be in taking training courses covering these skills?

  Completely uninterested Somewhat uninterested Neutral Somewhat interested Very interested Not applicable
Active listening
Adaptability and flexibility
Assertiveness
Change management
Conflict resolution
Customer service
Diversity and inclusion
Financial management
Leadership
Presentation skills
Teamwork and collaboration
Time management
Understanding and developing Emotional Intelligence
Working with diverse groups
Writing and grammar

* 7. For supervisors: How interested would you be in taking training courses covering these skills?

  Completely uninterested Somewhat uninterested Neutral Somewhat interested Very interested Not applicable
Coaching
Giving recognition
Hiring and selection
Leadership
Motivating others
Providing feedback
Retention of staff
Supervising in a union environment
Team building

* 8. What is your preferred delivery method of professional development courses?

* 9. What time of day is most convenient for you to attend development courses?

* 10. What potential obstacles could keep you from attending professional development courses?

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