Developing yourself as an effective Human Resources or Learning and Development Practitioner Prepared for:
Compass & CIPD
This report is deigned to illustrate that I understand the knowledge and skills required to be an effective Human Resources practitioner.
I will demonstrate this by exploring the following elements: a) Briefly summarising the CIPD Profession map.
b) Looking and describing:
i. Two core professional areas.
ii. The specialist professional areas.
iii. The bands and behaviours.
c) Comment on the activities/knowledge of 1 professional area in band 1 which I consider most essential to my HR role.
The CIPD profession map extensively plans out exactly how HR can add the most continuous value to its individual organisations now and forecasting for the future. The CIPD map represents the highest standards of HR competence. It sets out what effective HR professions do and deliver across the board; all sectors from generalists to specialists, administrators to directors it describes the required skills, knowledge and behaviours for one and all.
In 2009 CIPD commissioned comprehensive surveys for the HR community 4,500 people answered detailed questions regarding their jobs, professional needs and future aspirations (Appendix one for more details).
The most interactive way to use the Profession Map is to log in to CIPD and use My HR Map. This allows you to access your current capability against the highest standards of professional competence (Appendix Two for more details).
There are three main sections to the HR Profession Map:
The Core and Professional Areas.
Bands and Transitions.
Firstly the heart of the map comprises of the core and is made up of two elements: Insights, strategy, solutions and the second is Leading HR. The core of the map is the sole foundation for great HR capability. The rational for the core of the profession map is to ensure that my role as practitioner is contributing to...
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