In this report I will briefly summarise the human resources professional map talking about the 2 core professional areas, specialist professional areas, the bands and also the behaviours. I will then go on to talk about the activities and knowledge specified within one professional area identifying those which are most essential to my own HR role. Finally, I will outline how an HR practitioner should ensure the services they provide are timely and effective in relation to my own HR role. The HRPM
The HRPM sets out the knowledge, activities, skills and behaviours required to be effective and successful in an HR role. It is made up of 10 professional areas including 2 core areas which are Strategy, Insights & solutions and Leading HR. Regardless of your HR role you need to be competent in these two areas. It has four bands in which HR professionals of different roles/knowledge fall into. Band one is for those in a supportive/admin role. Band two is those in an advisory role and/or managing a small team. Band three is for those at a consultancy level leading a professional area. Those in band four will be in a managerial/leadership role of an organisation’s HR. There are 8 behaviours in the HRPM which describe how any HR professional will need to carry out their activities. These include curious, decisive thinker, skilled influencer, driven to deliver, collaborative, personally credible, courage to challenge and role model.
* Comment on the activities and knowledge specified within any 1 professional area, at band 1, identifying those you consider most essential to your own HR role In terms of my HR role, the acitivies
With reference to your own (or other identified) HR role, outline how an HR practitioner should ensure the services they provide are timely and effective. You should include: * Understanding customer needs (including examples of 3 different customers and 1 need for each, and explain how you...