The CIPD HR Profession Map is a widespread view on how within an organisation the HR department functions and adds value. It also shows what the role of a HR member from all levels based on the individual’s qualification and experience forms of. The map has been designed to support HR professionals at every stage of their career and sets out the global standards for HR. The clear and flexible framework has been developed for career progression in recognition to the fact that HR roles and career progression vary.
The Map Contains 3 key elements:
1. Professional areas - what HR practitioners need to do and know 2. Behaviours - how to carry out activities, divided into four bands of competence from beginner to leadership 3. Bands and transitions - how to develop from one role to another, split into four bands of competence which illustrate the hierarchy of the profession. The HRP Map is built on two key professional areas;
Strategy, Insights & Solutions - Develops actionable insights and solutions, prioritised and tailored around a deep understanding of business, contextual and organisational understanding.
Leading & Managing – Provides active, insight-led leadership: own, shape and drive yourself, others and activity in the organisation.
Whilst working within a HR role you must always consider the 8 behaviours and ensure that these are being achieved or you are working towards achieving them. These behaviours are as follows;
1. Curious - Is future-focused, inquisitive and open-minded; seeks out evolving and innovative ways to add value to the organisation. 2. Decision Thinker - Demonstrates the ability to analyse and understand data and information quickly. Uses information, insights and knowledge in a structured way to identify options, make recommendations and make robust, defendable decisions. 3. Role Model - Consistently leads by example. Acts with integrity, impartiality and independence, balancing personal, organisation and...
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