Homo Competens

Homo Competens

Let's talk about competent people in the network age

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Author: Bert De Coutere
Length: 208 page(s)
Written: Jan 2011
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Category: Careers & Employment » Career  |  Work: Guidebook
Keywords: competence, competent, talent, talent management, HR, self-improvement, learning, development, training, learning and development, performance management

This is guidebook for the competent people of today.

Are you a HoCo? I think you are. A HoCo is not a dirty word. It's short for 'homo competens', and that is not an insult. That's Latin for 'competent person'. If you are a HoCo, or want to be one, this book is for you. This book talks about competent people in the network age. It discusses competence, the times we live in, and presents guidelines and tools that you - the homo competens - will need to thrive in your personal life, at work, and in society at large. If we really mean that 'competent people are our most important asset', let's not treat competence as a black box or leave it to chance.

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About the Author

Bert De Coutere | Author on XinXii.com

Member since: Jan 2011
Publications on XinXii:  1
My professional life is all about competent people. I think, publish, consult, and set up learning and development projects for corporations.

I've been active in the field of learning and e-learning for the last 12 years, first as instructor and course designer, later as project manager, consultant and development manager.

I wrote the book 'Homo Competens', frequently speak at conferences such as Online Educa Berlin, blogs and recently completed the site 'walkthe.net'.

Check out my site to learn more on competent people in the network age (aka 'you') and to get tips for your own development:

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