Truth Is Just Perception

Competence And Performance Are Not Synonymous

Performance depends on much more than the mastery of a field of knowledge.

It also relies heavily on human qualities: Intuition, judgment, empathy, courage, creativity, humility, work capacity, authority, teamwork, self-challenge, trust, maturity, willingness to grow, adaptability, responsibility, optimism, respect, honesty, solidarity…

(CC) Jason Bache

(CC) Jason Bache

Competence and performance rime because the former is essential to the latter but they are not synonymous. If this were the case, I.B.M.’s supercomputer Watson would head all Fortune 500 companies.

Since companies are human communities, interpersonal skills are key in letting competence rule.

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