role competence

role competence

The ability to effectively and satisfactorily perform as expected within one's life roles.
See: occupational performance
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Position Statement: Professional Role Competence https://www.nursingworld.org/ practice-policy/nursing-excellence/official-positionstatements/id/professional-role-competence/
These changes promote professional development, critical thinking, evidence-based practice, overall role competence, and quality care.
Effects of emotional climate in family of origin, marital, satisfaction, and parenting role competence on father's parenting involvement.
Previous empirical studies on HR roles have examined on organizational learning capability (Bhatnagar and Sharma, 2005), strategic role competence (Pietersen and Engelbrecht, 2005), commitment (Dorenbosh, de Reuver and Sanders, 2006), the difference between HR roles at the corporate and unit level (Raub, Alvarez and Khanna, 2006) and E-HRM (Voermans and van Veldhoven, 2007).
A study of the strategic role competence and the strategic partnership role of HR managers in South African organizations revealed a significant relationship between the type of strategic role competence and strategic partner.
Part of the dual role competence is in enabling staff to recognise inappropriate situations where it is not safe practice to fulfil this role.
Role competence was assessed by pre-departure knowledge of the United States and post-arrival English language skills.
The results provided support for the hypothesized contribution of the components of the multidimensional model (i.e., role competence, social support, and demographics) to Taiwanese students' academic achievement and quality of overseas study.
Role competence and content components ore the knowledge and skills the character needs to perform his or her job.
Yet, educentrists like Gandal continue to ignore the pleas of leaders in social, political, and economic organizations who have forcefully argued that the substance of most traditional school curriculum does not equip young people with the kind of "core knowledge" and "role competences" that they need in real life.