The seven employee behaviours required to support the council’s values are
- Challenges and questions what we do and how we do it.
- Displays levels of apathy and indifference
- Does not take ownership for area of responsibility
- Does not suggest improvements to processes and practices
- Works flexibly, efficiently and effectively, reducing costs and eliminating waste.
- Some disregard for efficiency
- Does not work constructively with changing working environment
- Works with team members, partners and stakeholders to deliver services together.
- Resistant to working as part of team
- Disassociation with colleagues
- Resilient and deals positively with change
- Obstructive to change
- Does not deal with change constructively
- Provides quality within resources available.
- Works in the best interests of GCC and members of the public.
- Substandard outputs sometimes produced and quality is compromised.
- Settles for outputs that are sometimes inferior.
Takes responsibility for own work area and development and works in the best interests of GCC, and the community.
- Does not always take responsibility and accountability for their area.
- Does not tend to ’own‘issues within their control through to resolution.
Engaged in the organisation’s goals
- Understands the context of their environment, makes it their business to understand organisational changes.
- Does not seek to understand the wider context of their area or any changes.