The IB employee profile is our behavioral competency framework, developed to guide IB employees’ behaviors in the workplace.
The IB employee profile brings together the behaviours that all IB employees should demonstrate within the workplace.
The IB employee profile seeks to reflect a balance between the values of the IB and the behaviours required by employees to successfully deliver the IB mission.
The employee profile is the IB mission in action in the workplace.
Our 10 behavioural competencies
Impact and influence
Communicating with understanding, confidence, clarity and effectiveness and having a positive impact on others.
Passion for the IB mission
Aligning behaviour to the needs, priorities and goals of the IB and inspiring passion for the IB mission.
Culturally aware and respectful, having a global outlook, identifying opportunities for global working.
Always acting to discover, meet and exceed the needs of the IB’s current and future internal and external stakeholders.
Managing and developing self and others
Managing and developing self, supporting or managing the performance, development and well-being of others, to achieve organizational goals and support the IB community.
Having accountability for work and managing time and resources effectively, delivering results to a high standard and taking responsibility for own actions.
Teamwork and cooperation
Working to support and develop collaboration within and across teams through leadership.
Driving to improve
Having the courage, forethought and independence of spirit to use change and/or continuous development to drive organizational improvements and organizational learning in a socially responsible manner.
Exploring and identifying the best and most ethical approach, taking personal responsibility, meeting challenges and resolving problems.
Developing and/or implementing the IB’s strategic plan to meet the medium and long term needs, mission and values of the organization.