The Four Levels of Competency in Any Habit or Behavioral Change
Thursday May 23, 2013 @ 1 pm (CST)
Every year people make New Year’s resolutions and about 8% of actually succeed, which is a far better percentage than those who do not make any resolutions at all. (here’s the statistics)
Are you one of those makes resolutions? Did you make one for this year? Well, it’s almost June and I’m kind of wondering how you’re doing and what The Chef and I can do to make it better?
What’s that you say? The four levels of competency. SCORE!!! That’s exactly what we’re going to discuss. So you may be asking yourself “what is exactly is that”? So I’m going to give you a hint… it’s at the bottom of this post
Competency is defined as a combination of knowledge, skills and behavior used to improve performance; or as the state or quality of being adequately or well qualified, having the ability to perform a specific job task or role.
When people learn something new or change their existing habits and behaviors they must pass through each of the four level of competency, in order to master this new ability.
The 4 levels of Comptency
Unconscious incompetence – you don’t know what you don’t know
Conscious incompetence – you know you don’t know or what you don’t know
Conscious competence – you know what to do and when to do it, but it still must be structured, regulated and/or monitored
Unconscious competence – you know what to do and you do it automatically on on schedule with little-to-no regulation or monitoring
Here’s my afterthought of the show.
This is the first time I’ve done a show with no co-host or guest. there was a little concern on my part that I was going to just run out of words…. but it’s me and I never run out of words, lol
I also got some feedback that the show was easier to folow with only on speaker… time will tell if I’m interested in being a one-man show and actually I kind of doubt since I really like talking to poeple and hearing what makes them tick.
Talk to you soon