The Leadership Model is a summary of what Enel “expects” from its people at every contractual level, as it defines the conduct to be adopted to achieve its objectives, identifying seven distinct characteristics which every “Enel citizen” should possess. This conduct is then developed on the basis of position held (Top management, Management, People managers, Professionals and Operators).
The Management Model is a dynamic system which identifies the key roles in the Group (“managers”), describes their essential characteristics and defines clear and common access criteria, thus decoupling career profiles from contractual groupings in the various countries in which the Group is present. The standardization of the access criteria for managerial positions allows all staff to seek to advance their own career in a fully informed way.
Global professional system
The Global Professional System (GPS) is the system which enables identification and valorization of key professional roles, jobs and skills present in the Group. As for the assessment of skills, starting from 2011 the GPS has established, at Group level, the global catalogue of skills requested for each professional group and has identified the Key Professional Roles, i.e. the maximum achievable level, in terms of role, for each technical career.
The activities linked to defining the GPS will continue during 2013 and will enable completion of Enel’s framework of assessment tools. The assessment of professional skills can therefore be added to the assessment of conduct and objectives in Performance Management.