Discover the IDEAC model

The IDEAc model is a skills base that resonates strongly with the expectations of businesses in terms of assessment. It is used to measure various facets of human functioning (behaviours, beliefs, learning, etc.) and thus to understand complex phenomena in the workplace, such as influence and decision-making.

Discover the IDEAC model

The IDEAc model is a skills base that resonates strongly with the expectations of businesses in terms of assessment. It is used to measure various facets of human functioning (behaviours, beliefs, learning, etc.) and thus to understand complex phenomena in the workplace, such as influence and decision-making.

40 skills | 5 dimensions

The IDEAc model is the result of an on-the-ground analysis involving HR professionals from various sectors, which identified the skills considered to be the most essential to businesses. This on-the-ground approach was complemented by a forward-looking approach based on research, such as that conducted by the World Economic Forum on twenty-first-century skills. The model is therefore practical and forward-looking.

40 skills | 5 dimensions

The IDEAc model is the result of an on-the-ground analysis involving HR professionals from various sectors, which identified the skills considered to be the most essential to businesses. This on-the-ground approach was complemented by a forward-looking approach based on research, such as that conducted by the World Economic Forum on twenty-first-century skills. The model is therefore practical and forward-looking.

Influence

The influence dimension encompasses the skills that enable an individual to initiate and build a relationship with others to secure their support, participation or cooperation. Influence implies a detailed understanding of the issues at stake in a situation and the emotional factors at play, as well as an ability to respond appropriately.

Example of soft skills: emotional intelligence, leadership.

Influence

The influence dimension encompasses the skills that enable an individual to initiate and build a relationship with others to secure their support, participation or cooperation. Influence implies a detailed understanding of the issues at stake in a situation and the emotional factors at play, as well as an ability to respond appropriately.

Example of soft skills: emotional intelligence, leadership.

Decision-making

The decision-making dimension encompasses the ability to initiate, assess and summarise proposals of different degrees of abstraction and challenge, in a complex environment.

Example of soft skills: complexity management.

Decision-making

The decision-making dimension encompasses the ability to initiate, assess and summarise proposals of different degrees of abstraction and challenge, in a complex environment.

Example of soft skills: complexity management.

Efficiency

The efficiency dimension encompasses the skills and motivations that enable an individual to maximise goal attainment and organisational efficiency, using tailored tools and methods to regulate activity.

Example of soft skills: problem solving, learning strategy.

Efficiency

The efficiency dimension encompasses the skills and motivations that enable an individual to maximise goal attainment and organisational efficiency, using tailored tools and methods to regulate activity.

Example of soft skills: problem solving, learning strategy.

Agility

The agility dimension encompasses the skills and aptitudes that enable an individual to adapt to a changing and fast-paced environment, and to manage work situations that comprise an element of uncertainty.

Example of soft skills: techno learning, willingness to learn.

Agility

The agility dimension encompasses the skills and aptitudes that enable an individual to adapt to a changing and fast-paced environment, and to manage work situations that comprise an element of uncertainty.

Example of soft skills: techno learning, willingness to learn.

Cooperation

The cooperation dimension encompasses the people and social skills that facilitate teamwork and smooth interpersonal relationships for effective team collaboration and/or management.

Example of soft skills: empathy, empowerment.

Cooperation

The cooperation dimension encompasses the people and social skills that facilitate teamwork and smooth interpersonal relationships for effective team collaboration and/or management.

Example of soft skills: empathy, empowerment.

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