In its ongoing quest to be the best nuclear regulator, the CNSC has defined the key behavioural competencies that underpin its organizational performance. These expected behaviours form the fabric of how we regulate, recruit, learn and develop.
The CNSC key behavioural competencies were designed specifically to create a flexible, agile and high-performing organization with the capability to achieve its business objectives.
The CNSC will gradually embed these four key behaviours in all its human resources practices to ensure the CNSC is consistent in its recruitment practices; engage them in learning and development; and recognize, assess and award performance, using common language with clarity and with purpose when doing so.
To Be The Best Nuclear Regulator In The World, All CNSC Employees Are Expected To:
Model The CNSC Values
Respect - Demonstrate that you value the rights,
responsibilities and contribution of all stakeholders.
Integrity - Act with honesty, transparency and fairness
in all your decisions and actions.
Service - Serve Canadians and our government to the
best of your abilities.
Excellence - Demonstrate professionalism and
dedication in all that you say and do.
Responsibility - Use public resources responsibly in a
manner that maintains public trust and confidence in the
Safety - Recognize the importance of safety as an
overriding consideration in your daily work.
Be Accountable & Achieve Results
Translate direction into concrete work activities.
Establish a clear plan of action to accomplish work
based on defined business priorities.
Consider relevant sources of information before
formulating a view, opinion or making a decision.
Recognize and articulate risks, and act accordingly.
Be responsible and accountable for your decisions,
actions and advice.
Stay up to date on team goals, work processes and
Collaborate Effectively With Others
Listen actively and ask open questions to learn and
Build trusting relationships by working collaboratively
across boundaries to achieve results.
Identify and resolve differences in personal and
Acknowledge and recognize the contributions and
accomplishments of others.
Communicate clearly and concisely, adjusting to the
situation and audience.
Exercise informal leadership: empower others to
achieve common goals.
Share your knowledge and best practices.
Commit To Your Professional Growth & Personal Leadership
Recognize strengths and seek opportunities for
Demonstrate flexibility and openness in the face of
Maintain and develop your technical and professional
Analyze and learn from successes and setbacks.
Have the courage to be innovative and creative:
question status quo and seek new ways of doing things.
Demonstrate curiosity in the pursuit of a wide range of
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