Technical and professional competence is not everything. Our staff members provide all of its human capital of personal and social relations

In everyday language, the term “competence” indicates the ability and experience acquired within a specific work sector.

In general, this is a concept that we use in professional contexts when we wish to indicate the ability to provide effective performance.

Today, in addition to the technical know-how specific of the sector, companies also require social skills (e.g.: responsibility, cooperation, availability, etc.), method/thinking skills (e.g.: work method, decision-making ability, flexibility, etc.), and personal skills (e.g.: motivation, awareness, self-control, etc.).

To be competent, or to act competently, means to be able to tackle complex situations by mobilising and matching in a pertinent manner a large amount of personal and social resources as well as technical/specialisation resources.

Our ‘competence’ therefore is based not only on expressing a technical and professional viewpoint, but also on the ability to tap into what is known as “emotional intelligence”. Emotional intelligence is based on two types of competence: personal – connected to the way in which we control ourselves – and social – linked to the way we handle our social relations with others.

At TREVOR we believe that technical competence alone is not enough to satisfy our clients. We also require a lot of common sense and a mindset aimed at the continuous upgrading of the quality of our professional performance.

Our consultants are guided by the same moral and professional values: availability, professionalism, dedication and loyalty to the client, commitment and constant technical updating.

All of our staff strives to transmit this way of being and of working, which distinguishes our Company’s style, to the young employees entering our work team.

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