Leadership Competency Model Quadrant
People can trust you and you can have a great vision but in the end you must execute–and generate alignment is all about that. Alignment may require making tough choices and difficult tradeoffs; assuring sustainability as well as adopting behaviors and decision-making approaches that support overarching priorities.
Fair and Legal Management – the ability to create a workplace environment that ensures safety, security, fairness, and inclusion for employees, and complies with all federal, state, and university regulations
Financial Management – the acumen to make smart decisions with an overall understanding of the financial factors and implications of those decisions
Judgment – demonstrates the ability to make decisions authoritatively and wisely after adequately considering various courses of action
Accountability – the ability to create a culture based on clear standards and the expectation that personal responsibility is the norm across all work units
Execution – the drive for results and efficiencies that achieve intended, measurable outcomes