HR Professional Map
Effective Hr professional should understand the business and contribute to the goals and the mission. This can be done by understanding the HR professional map- the areas of practice and by adopting the behaviour and knowledge specific to each area on a specific level of competence. The benefit of the map is understanding the functions within HR (10 professional areas) and what we need to do, to know and very important- how we need to do it (best practice) at 4 levels of competence (bands). It covers behaviours as well as technical elements. The structure of the map:
* 10 professional areas: all functions of HR are identified within the areas and explained on activities and knowledge on 4 levels of competence. 1. Insights, strategy and solutions- the ability to understand in depth the business, to discern the nature of a situation and create strategy and solutions. Activities associated with this area:
* Building a picture- use management information, analytical tools and personal experience to understand the organisation and external factors affecting it. Be updated with latest information regarding best practice by using websites, articles and relationships with colleagues’ specialists, memberships, communities (CIPD). * Developing actionable insights – work in a team and develop and share activities, priorities and identify opportunities and potential risk and discuss with the managers as well * Delivering situational Hr solutions that stick – develop HR solutions (from accurate data) that minimise risk and maximise opportunities. Implement the change by working with managers and make sure they understand why the change is done and what is the impact on long-term on people and business. Evaluate the projects impact (on people and organisation) and lessen the gravity of the risk to ensure that the solution meet organisation need. * Build capacity and capability – the new change (product, service) can be developed...
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