Leadership in Action

  • Leverages the use of existing, and fosters new, human resource systems that promote the acquisition and retention of talent.

  • Encourages opportunities for development such as cross-functional assignments, job rotations, stretch assignments and mobility to new roles and positions.

  • Plans out and accomplishes work schedules within the agreed timeline.

  • Assures that effective organizational level and control mechanisms are developed and maintained to ensure performance of the organization.

  • Creates systems that allow effective assignment, prioritization and monitoring of work.

  • Takes timely and appropriate action regarding poor performance. Focuses on results and measuring attainment of outcomes. Removes obstacles and barriers to organizational and programmatic performance.