Aligns responsibilities with organizational priorities to reflect the strategic direction of the Public Service and position the sector and/or the organization for effective results.
Aware of and responsive to the needs of stakeholders (client, management, colleagues) and environmental context.
Constructively adapts one’s style in the face of ambiguity, uncertainty and risk. Approaches new situations with an open mind, versatility and agility.
Delivers well informed, effective solutions or options that are innovative and based on due diligence. Is savvy, able to think critically and solve problems to deliver well informed advice and strategies for results.
Transmits information in a way that the message is understandable to the target audience, including virtual communication stemming from new workplace realities.
*Source: GOVERNMENT OF CANADA – Treasury Board Secretariat: Guidelines – Financial Officer Competency-Based Management