The Bank of Ireland Group Competency model provides clarity on what is required to deliver success and to achieve Bank of Ireland's Purpose – to enable our customers, our colleagues and communities to thrive. There are seven competencies which are a core part of how we operate as a Bank. These competencies provide consistency for everyone on performance expectations, whether you're a Leader, People Manager or an Individual Contributor.
The Group Competency Model is the foundation of the Recruitment and Selection processes in Bank of Ireland. When you apply for a vacant role in Bank of Ireland you may interact with the competencies in a number of ways:
Each of our seven competencies is underpinned by relevant behaviours that 'bring the competency to life'. There are clearly-defined behaviours that outline expectations for Leaders, People Managers and Individual Contributors. Click the icons to get an understanding of the relevant behaviours under each competency.
Creates energy and optimism for the future of the Bank and shows personal commitment to the vision. Paints a compelling picture of the vision and strategy that motivates others to action. Personally embraces and champions transformational change by talking about future possibilities and tirelessly looks for ways to transform the Bank, achieve efficiencies and better outcomes for customers.
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