Developing Yourself As An Effective Human Resources Practitioner
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THE CIPD HR PROFESSION MAP
The CIPD HR Profession Map sets out what HR Profession need to know, do and deliver at all stages in their careers. The Map covers 10 professional areas, 8 behaviours and 4 Bands of competencies and transitions, from Band 1 for the start of HR career through to band for the most senior leaders. ‘It has been designed to be relevant and applicable to HR Professionals operating anywhere in the world, in all sectors and in organisations of all shapes and sizes’. PROFESSIONAL AREAS
The 10 HR Professional areas describe the responsibilities and knowledge, for each area of the HR Profession at 4 bands of professional capabilities. Two of which are classed as the Core Professional Areas, Insights, Strategy and Solutions and Leading HR which are the main focal point of the profession. ‘They are applicable to all HR professionals, regardless of role, location or stage of career; whether inside organisations or working with them’. Insights, Strategy and Solution
This professional area underpins the direction of the profession as an applied business discipline, with a people and organisation specialism. This area also allows HR Profession, to develop actionable insights and deliver situational HR solutions that stick. In the HR Profession Map Band 1 and 2 is expected to ‘consider the bigger picture at all times, observing connections, and draw conclusions about the impact of events and activities on each other’. Leading HR
Leading HR Professionals are active and insight-led leaders who are owning, shaping and driving. They develop across 3 main areas of leadership: Personal leadership, leading others and leading issues. In the HR Profession Map Band 3 and 4 is expected to seek feedback, and coaching to continually learn and develop as a professional....
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