How can professionals "be the best they can be" throughout their career?
Entering a profession requires completing standardized education and assessment to ensure entry-level competence.
But then what?
People like to talk about “Continuing Competence” – but few can clearly define that, and in reality it's not simple! Competence develops over a professional’s career-span, and it does so in areas related to the specifics of their personal practice.
Across a group of professionals, Career-Span Competence (as we more accurately label it) is in fact highly individualized, and something of a Moving Target.
How do we define, let alone manage, a moving target?