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RCM Board Election 2013 – Competency Self Assessment
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Core Competencies sought
Core competencies represent the RCM Board’s view of a fully competent member of the RCM Board. Some candidates will be able to
demonstrate competence in all the required areas. Others will be able to demonstrate competence in some areas but not others. A
candidate who demonstrates competence in all the required areas will, if elected, quickly make a full contribution as a member of the
RCM Board. A candidate who is not yet competent in all the required areas is, if elected, likely to require time and support to develop
in the role before being able to make a full contribution as a member of the RCM Board.
In addition to these areas of core competence the Board is also looking for the additional competencies outlined in Section G of this
form.
A
Strategy
A1.
Knowledge/ experience of strategic planning
and setting strategic objectives.
A2.
Ability to formulate, analyse and debate
policy.
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A3.
Ability to analyse and interrogate complex
performance data related to an organisation
and its functions.
B
Intellectual flexibility and sound judgement
B1.
Ability to think clearly, analytically and
creatively.
B2.
Ability to consider the bigger picture as well
as detail.
B3.
Sound judgement and principle-based
decision making.
B4.
Ability to adapt to new challenges and modify
thinking in the light of new
information/dialogue.
C
Relationship building and team working
C1.
Commitment to the Code of Conduct for RCM
Board members.
C2.
Experience of developing constructive
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relationships and working effectively in a
team.
C3.
Involving others in decision making to reach
collective decisions and to obtain best
outcomes.
C4.
Ability to share expertise and knowledge
without dominating a project or discussion.
D
Governance
D1.
Ability to delegate as appropriate and hold
others to account for the performance
of delegated responsibilities.
D2.
Ability to maintain and uphold accountability.
D3.
Ability to test and probe constructively &
effectively to achieve the best outcomes for
the RCM.
D4.
High level of probity, integrity, discretion and
fairness and a commitment to maintain
confidentiality.
Explain here how you demonstrate this competence
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D5.
Willingness to uphold the principles of an
effective board/corporate governance.
D6.
Commitment to compliance with company
law, trade union law, charity law,
requirements of the regulators of charities &
the general law.
E
Personal attributes
E 1.
Willingness to extend your knowledge of the
RCM and the context in which it operates.
E 2.
Strong motivation and willingness to
constantly review and improve performance.
E 3.
Over-riding commitment to safeguarding the
well-being and interests of midwives,
maternity support workers, childbearing
women and their families and to promoting
the art and science of midwifery.
E 4.
Commitment to securing appropriate
stakeholder involvement.
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E 5.
Prepare well for meetings.
F
Communication and negotiation
F1.
Knowledge and experience of working in
partnership and promoting inclusion and
involvement of one or more key stakeholder
groups.
F2.
Good interpersonal skills with ability to
establish credible and effective working
relationships.
F3.
Capacity to give and take advice with the
ability to respect the views of others.
F4.
Ability to debate cogently.
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Additional competencies which the RCM Board wants to be represented amongst its members.
In addition to the core competencies in sections A to F of this form the RCM Board wants the following additional competencies to be
represented amongst its members. These are competencies which the board wants to be represented but does not expect all its
members to possess.
The rating column indicates the importance being attached at this time to the corresponding area of competence. The RCM Board’s
rating of a particular additional competence will change depending on the extent to which that competency is represented. The
ratings have the following meanings.
Level 0
Competence in this area is well represented on the RCM Board and is not being particularly sought at this time.
Level 1
Competence in this area is represented on the RCM Board but an additional contribution would be useful.
Level 2
Competence in this area is not adequately represented on the RCM Board and the Board wishes to fill that gap.
G
Additional competence
Rating for the 2013
Explain here how you demonstrate this competence
election
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G1. Finance
This is rated by the RCM
Board at level 1:
Examples of how this might be
competence in this area
demonstrated
is represented on the
RCM Board but an

Responsibility (at work or as a
trustee, or company director or other additional contribution
would be useful.
relevant role) requiring financial
literacy and financial planning and
management.

Senior management role with budget
responsibility.
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G2.
Rating for the 2013
election
People at work
This is rated by the RCM
Board at level 1:
This includes the rights and responsibilities competence in this area
of people at work; the rights and
is represented on the
responsibilities of employers and others
RCM Board but an
who contract with people for their labour or additional contribution
services; relations between employers and would be useful.
workers; trade union and collective labour
relations.
Explain here how you demonstrate this competence
NO MORE THAN 300 WORDS IN EACH SECTION
Examples of how this might be
demonstrated
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Employment in a relevant senior
management post.
Experience as a recognised workplace
representative.
Employment or holding office with a
trade union.
Employment as an adviser in human
resources or in employment law &
practice.
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G3.
Communications
Examples of how this might be
demonstrated
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First hand knowledge of and
involvement in a range of
communication media especially the
use of social media such as the
internet, facebook type entities,
blogging, twitter etc.
knowledge of the impacts, benefits,
risks and potential for engagement of
different forms of communication
media.
employment in or other significant
experience of communication roles
such as advertising, journalism or
photography/film.
First hand knowledge of and
involvement in web site
development.
Rating for the 2013
election
This is rated by the RCM
Board at level 1:
competence in this area
is represented on the
RCM Board but an
additional contribution
would be useful.
Explain here how you demonstrate this competence
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G4.
Health care regulation
Examples of how this might be
demonstrated
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First hand knowledge of and
involvement in regulation with
particular emphasis on health care
regulation (for example, the NMC).
Advisory role with a regulatory body
eg CQC, NCAT, NMC.
Expert witness work.
Representation of members facing
proceedings before a regulatory body
Rating for the 2013
election
This is rated by the RCM
Board at level 1:
competence in this area
is represented on the
RCM Board but an
additional contribution
would be useful.
Explain here how you demonstrate this competence
NO MORE THAN 300 WORDS IN EACH SECTION
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G5.
Rating for the 2013
election
Education / Research
This is rated by the RCM
Board at level 2:
Examples of how this might be
competence in this area
demonstrated
is not adequately
represented on the RCM
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First hand knowledge of and
Board and the Board
involvement in higher education.
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Involvement in midwifery and related wishes to fill that gap.
fields of research.
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A role as a midwifery lecturer in a
higher education institution.
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Employment by, or involvement with,
a national organisation involved with
workforce education or research, for
example: Health Education England;
NHS Education Scotland; NI Practice
and Education Council; Health
Inspectorate Wales.

An active researcher in midwifery or
midwifery related fields.
Explain here how you demonstrate this competence
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G6.
Professional policy formulation
Examples of how this might be
demonstrated
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Expertise in high level policy
formulation.
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Experience of inter-professional or
multi-sector engagement.
Rating for the 2013
election
This is rated by the RCM
Board at level 1:
competence in this area
is represented on the
RCM Board but an
additional contribution
would be useful.
Explain here how you demonstrate this competence
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