An Introduction to the Lominger Competencies

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An Introduction to the Lominger Competencies

Lominger Competencies

Lominger Competencies The 67 Lominger Competencies are cutting-edge career competence and success profile tools developed by Mike Lombardo and Bob Eichinger.  The 67 Lominger Competencies are the result of over 15 years of extensive research to drive HR professionals to become better business partners.

The process allows that most organizations can choose from an established set of success profiles in order to increase organizational capability with more focused results.  For more detailed information be sure to visit


The 67 Lominger Competencies


    1. Action Oriented
    2. Dealing with Ambiguity
    3. Approachability
    4. Boss Relationships
    5. Business Acumen
    6. Career Ambition
    7. Caring About Direct Reports
    8. Comfort Around Higher Management
    9. Command Skills
    10. Compassion
    11. Composure
    12. Conflict Management
    13. Confronting Direct Reports
    14. Creativity
    15. Customer Focus
    16. Timely Decision Making
    17. Decision Quality
    18. Delegation
    19. Developing Direct Reports and Others
    20. Directing Others
    21. Managing Diversity
    22. Ethics and Values
    23. Fairness to Direct Reports
    24. Functional/Technical Skills
    25. Hiring and Staffing
    26. Humor
    27. Informing
    28. Innovation Management
    29. Integrity and Trust
    30. Intellectual Horsepower
    31. Interpersonal Savvy
    32. Learning on the Fly
    33. Listening
    34. Managerial Courage
    35. Managing and Measuring Work
  1. Motivating Others
  2. Negotiating
  3. Organizational Agility
  4. Organizing
  5. Dealing With Paradox
  6. Patience
  7. Peer Relationships
  8. Perseverance
  9. Personal Disclosure
  10. Personal Learning
  11. Perspective
  12. Planning
  13. Political Savvy
  14. Presentation Skills
  15. Priority Setting
  16. Problem Solving
  17. Process Management
  18. Drive for Results
  19. Self-Development
  20. Self-Knowledge
  21. Sizing Up People
  22. Standing Alone
  23. Strategic Agility
  24. Managing Through Systems
  25. Building Effective Teams
  26. Technical Learning
  27. Time Management
  28. Total Work Systems
  29. Understanding Others
  30. Managing Vision and Purpose
  31. Work/Life Balance
  32. Written Communication

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2 thoughts on “An Introduction to the Lominger Competencies”

  1. This is awesome I must say. I’m just going into HR but have a physics background. Never knew I would find this as interesting. Helped a lot in my training. Thanks

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