Rickrack Quilt

Welcome to Crafts In The World, here you will see incredible patterns! The bright colors highlighted by white are simply stunning in this easy patchwork, choose the ones you like best and the striking design will surely catch everyone’s attention. Plus, the large background areas allow you to display your quilt if you wish. A general quilting design also works very well, so have fun finishing your quilt with the quilting of your choice. While the colors of crayons are wonderful in this bedspread, other colors are also great. In addition, you can change the number of blocks to change the size. The quilt is simple to make and Jenny from Missouri Star Quilt Co. shows how in the following video. The finished quilt is 75 “x 75”. To start any pattern, be it the simplest there is, it is important to have skill and skills are characteristics of a skilled individual, in other words, they are skills. When someone is able to do a job well, we say that person is skillful. This adjective, in turn, refers to other qualities, such as intelligence, agility and dexterity.

The skills can be classified as follows:
Cognitive: related to learning ability
Motor: related to the ability to perform movements with precision
Social: related to the ability to interact and relate to other people
Professionals: related to the ability to perform work tasks.

According to Chiavenato, knowledge is the transformation of information received throughout people’s academic, professional and personal lives. Skill is knowing how to do, that is, it is the transformation of knowledge into the ability to produce results and resolve situations and conflicts. But what is the difference between skills and competencies? Competence is something that goes beyond! It is broader and consists of combining and coordinating skills with knowledge and attitudes. Talking about this subject can generate some doubts and although they are used interchangeably in the market, skills and competences do not have the same meaning.

According to Chiavenato, knowledge is the transformation of information received throughout people’s academic, professional and personal lives. Skill is knowing how to do, that is, it is the transformation of knowledge into the ability to produce results and resolve situations and conflicts. But what is the difference between skills and competencies? Competence is something that goes beyond! It is broader and consists of combining and coordinating skills with knowledge and attitudes. Talking about this subject can generate some doubts and although they are used interchangeably in the market, skills and competences do not have the same meaning.

Abiliity: Abiliity take into account the qualities that an employee has to perform a specific activity or job. That is, they show us what are the characteristics that can help the professional in the development of their functions. Perceiving such characteristics in employees is ideal for the HR team to decide, in a punctual and strategic way, which position fits more in the profile of the employee to develop him / her better as a professional. Remembering that skills are not innate. A collaborator is not born with a certain characteristic or profile, he develops it throughout his professional career.

Examples of Abiliity:

  • As mentioned above, skills can be defined based on “knowing how to do”. A person can, for example, know how to cook, play ball, juggle, wash clothes, paint a wall, among others. However, there are some skills that are indispensable in exercising performance management.

Competence: Competencies, on the other hand, are a set of skills and knowledge that can be developed or improved through training and experiences so that work can be developed successfully. In other words, skills are a component of skills.

Examples of skills:

  • Competencies can be defined as “the person’s ability to properly perform certain work”. If a person knows how to play ball and develops all the necessary aspects to become a professional soccer player of high quality, then besides being skillful he is also competent.
  • In the field of performance management, it is up to the HR manager and his team to map the skills of employees and, from there, offer training to develop them better for two of the most important tasks of the company: leadership and emotional intelligence .

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BLOCK Magazine Summer 2019 Vol 6 Issue 3 | Missouri Star Quilt Co... |  Quilts, Patchwork quilt patterns, Quilt block patterns

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