Lominger Competency List

Today surviving in business is all about excellence in operations. Organizations constantly change their culture, strategies for continuous improvement and also making their human capital more dynamic. And to make human capital dynamic, flexible and adoptable to change annual employee evaluation program is necessary to identify the most potential human capital. For this purpose, many world class companies are resorting to Lominger Competencies.

What is Lominger Competency?

Lominger Competency is an integrated system of highly effective talent management solution. It is flexible, customizable, user friendly for any company willing to adopt this system for integrating with their own leadership system.

Lominger Competency addresses three basic leadership and talent management needs – strategic and organizational alignment, leadership and executive development, and talent and performance management in order to create long-term human capital competitive advantage. Lominger Competency was founded by Michael M. Lombardo, Ed.D. and Robert W. Eichinger, Ph.D. the range of products and services known as the Leadership Architect Suite offers 67 competencies, 19 Career Stallers and Stoppers, and 7 Global Focus Area a path for success. For creating effective and efficient HR systems and value chain Lominger competencies became a universal common denominator as most of these competencies lead to job success.
The Lominger Architect Competency Library preserves these competencies and they are simple to understand and assist with solutions, applications, and progress within an organization. The 67 competencies that are great performance measurement too:

  • Action oriented

  • Dealing with ambiguity

  • Approachability

  • Boss relationships

  • Business acumen

  • Career ambition

  • Caring about direct reports

  • Comfort around higher management

  • Command skills

  • Compassion

  • Composure

  • Conflict management

  • Confronting direct reports

  • Creativity

  • Customer focus

  • Timely decision making

  • Decision quality

  • Delegation

  • Developing direct reports and others

  • Directing others

  • Managing diversity

  • Ethics and values

  • Fairness to direct reports

  • Functional or Technical skills

  • Hiring and staffing

  • Humor

  • Informing

  • Innovation management

  • Integrity and trust

  • Intellectual horsepower

  • Interpersonal savvy

  • Learning on the fly

  • Listening

  • Managerial courage

  • Managing and measuring work

  • Motivating others

  • Negotiating

  • Organizational agility

  • Organizing

  • Dealing with paradox

  • Patience

  • Peer relationships

  • Perseverance

  • Personal disclosure

  • Personal learning

  • Perspective

  • Planning

  • Political savvy

  • Presentation skills

  • Priority settings

  • Problem solving

  • Process management

  • Drive for results

  • Self-development

  • Self-knowledge

  • Sizing up people

  • Standing alone

  • Strategic agility

  • Managing through systems

  • Building effective teams

  • Technical learning

  • Time management

  • Total work systems

  • Understanding others

  • Managing vision and purpose

  • Work/life balance

  • Written communication

 The leadership Architect Competencies (Lominger Competencies) is the result of professional studies that includes Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), Hay-McBer, Sears, Exxon, AT&T, etc. Finally, these competencies can be customized according to organizational culture or style thus creates competency models, job profiling and training, and over all Human Resources Planning.