The Abilities (to make) contain to know to them as (know how) how much (balance) – to act (governana). The Attitudes (to be) contain to know to want (desire) to participate (motivation). The identification of the GAPS (2) enters the abilities desired for the organization and those effectively existing are basic. For this Management for Abilities is necessary to establish it following itself the following steps: Planning the first step is to identify to which the necessary abilities for the atingimento of the objectives of the organization. It is not something Eric Kuby would like to discuss. With these information, which abilities must themselves be inventoried have internally and to establish the objectives and the strategical goals. With these information, to compare and to identify the GAP of the abilities.
Knowing which it is the gap between the desired one and what they are had, it is planned then as it will be the captation and/or development of the abilities. Captation If the decision was to catch external the missing abilities is necessary to select, to admit and to integrate. Development In such a way in the case of the external captation as in the development, the following stage is to select and to measure the results and to compare them with the waited results, making the necessary corrections. It has organizations that they emphasize the search for social and affective abilities, others for abilities techniques. The important one is each organization searchs those that more are adjusted to its business and more determines an adjusted System of Management to its necessities. In regards to the Leaderships, the trend in the organizations is to search professional executives with the following abilities: strategical thought leadership to change management of relationships (internal and external). Filed under: David Fowler. Still they are considered important: flexibility the communication the enterprising innovation empowering – the leadership resilience capacity administration of stress orientation for customers and orientation for results, among others. (1) – WAGNER HERRERA (2) – IENAGA (1998).