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Skills Gap Dashboard
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Skills Gap Dashboard Slide
- Competencies Evaluation: This section compares the skills that are required for a particular job or role to the skills that employees actually have.
- Skills Required vs. Actual: This shows the gap between the skills that are needed and the skills that employees currently have.
- Skills Gap: This is the difference between the skills that are required and the skills that employees currently have.
- Skill importance: This shows how important each skill is to the overall job or role.
Examples of skills you can include on such a dashboard: - Communication: This is the ability to convey information and ideas clearly and effectively. - Time management: This is the ability to plan and organize one's time effectively. - Decision-making: This is the ability to make informed decisions under pressure. - Leadership: This is the ability to motivate and inspire others to achieve a common goal.
The slide is divided into two sections by a vertical line. The left section contains the text content, and the right section contains a table. The table has four columns: Competency, Skills Required, Actual Skills, and Skills Gap. The table is color-coded to show the severity of the skills gap. Green indicates that there is no skills gap, yellow indicates that there is a small skills gap, and red indicates that there is a large skills gap.
Where Skills Gap Dashboard Can be Used
The slide is designed to be visually appealing and easy to read. The text is in a large font size, and the colors are high-contrast. The table is also easy to read, and the color-coding helps to quickly identify the areas where there are skills gaps.
The slide can be used to communicate the results of a skills gap analysis to stakeholders. It can also be used to track progress over time and to identify areas where training and development are needed.