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The following is a list of the different competencies that are evaluated generally by those who carry out the screening tests of Human Resources in companies.

1. Stress Tolerance Steady maintenance of the character under pressure and/or opposition. It results in controlled responses in stressful situations.
2. Flexibility Ability to modify your own behaviour (i. e. adopt a different kind of perspective) with the aim of reaching an objective.
3. Adaptability Capacity to remain efficient within a changing environment, as for example when facing new tasks, responsibilities or people.
4. Tenacity Capacity to persevere in an issue or problem until it is resolved or until checking that the objective is not achievable in a reasonable period.
5. Independence Action based on your own conviction rather than on the desire to please others. Disposition to call into question an opinion climate or a line action.
6. Integrity Capacity to remain within the social, organizational and ethic rules in work-related activities.
7. Meticulousness Absolute resolution of a task or issue to the end and within all the areas involved, regardless of their insignificance.
8. Planning and Organization Ability to efficiently establish an adequate order of personal action or others’ aiming at the achievement of a target.
9. Control Ability Recognition of the necessity of control and it maintenance upon methods, people and issues; it implies taking decisions that assure this control.
10. Delegation Efficient distribution of the taking of decisions and other responsibilities towards the most appropriate subordinate.
11. Leadership Use of the most appropriate interpersonal characteristics and methods to guide individuals or groups towards the achievement of an objective.
12. Development of Subordinates Development of the abilities and skills of subordinates through the realization of activities related to current and future works.
13.Organizational Sensitivity Capacity to notice the impact and implications of decisions and activities in other parts of the company.
14. Critical Capacity Ability for the evaluation of data and courses of action, as well as to take logic decisions in an impartial manner and from a rational point of view.
15. Problem analysis Ability to identify a problem efficiently, look for pertinent data related to it, recognise the relevant information, and find out the possible causes that created it.
16. Decision-Taking Capacity With in taking decisions, affirm opinions, taking part in something or engage in an activity or task personally
17. Creativity Capacity to propose imaginative solutions in business situations.
18. Innovation Capacity to identify radical alternatives as opposed to the traditional methods and perspectives
19. Numerical Analysis Capacity to analyse, organise and present numerical data, for instance, statistic and financial data.
20. Listening Capacity to extract the relevant information from an oral communication. Questions and reactions show an ‘active’ listening. 
21. Persuasive oral communication Capacity to express ideas or facts clearly and in a persuasive manner. To convince others of your own point of view.
22. Written communication Capacity to compose ideas clearly and grammatically correct, in such a way that they can be understood without doubts.
23. Interpersonal sensitivity

Knowledge of the others, of the environment and of the personal influence that is exerted over them. Actions indicate the consideration about the others’ feelings and necessities (Important, don´t confuse with ‘understanding’). 

24. Impact Results in making a good impression on others and maintaining that impression throughout time.
25. Sociability Capacity to mingle with other people easily. Talkative, open and participative.
26.  Team Work Disposition to participate as a fully integrated member in a team of which you do not have necessarily to be the leader; efficient collaborator, even when the team is working on something that is not directly related to the personal interests.
27. Initiative  Active influence on the events rather than the passive acceptance of them, vision of opportunities in them. It gives rise to action.
28. Resistance Capacity to remain efficient in disappointing situations and/or situations of rejection.
29. Energy Capacity to and maintain a given level of activity. It shows control, resistance and the capacity to work hard.
30. Working levels Establishment of great goals or models of behaviour for oneself, for others and for the company. Unsatisfied with the average efficiency.
31. Commitment To believe in your own work or role and its value in the company. It results in an extra effort for the company even though it is not always for your own benefit.
32. Self-motivation Turns into the importance of working to achieve a personal satisfaction. High necessity to successfully achieve a goal.
33. Customer service To surpass the customer’s expectations demonstrating a full commitment in the identification of any problem and providing the most suitable solutions to meet their needs.