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d) As you practice you can start to think your way through the conscious competence stage. As driving the stick shift becomes a habit for you, eventually you can drive without thinking, shifting gears effortlessly while you think about other things (unconscious competence.)
a) Competence is a cluster of related abilities, commitments, knowledge, and skills that enable a person or an organization to act effectively in a job or situation.
b) Competence indicates sufficiency of knowledge and skills that enable someone to act in a wide variety of situations.
e) When you first learn how to drive a stick shift, you very quickly learn that you don’t know how to do it (conscious incompetence).
c) Because each level of responsibility has its own requirements, competence can occur in any period of a person's life or at any stage of his or her career.