Hr Profession Map Essay

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Developing Yourself As An Effective Human Resources Practitioner

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ACTIVITY 1
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
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BAND 4 is a Leading HR whose activity would be Leading and managing a professional area(s) and/or the organization and responsible for developing and delivering organisational and HR Strategy. Spend time understanding the organaisation and industry realities. Serve the client with ‘safe Haven’ for challenging discussions and lead team colleagues.
Behaviours
There are 8 behaviours that explain how a HR Professional needs to carry out their activities. Each behaviour is explained at 4 bands of professional capabilities they are, curious, Decisive Thinker, Skilled Influence, Personally Credible, Collaborative, Driver to Deliver, Courage to Challenge and Role Model.
Each behaviour has a series of contra- indicators which illustrates the negative manifestations of the behaviour.
SERVICE DELIVERY AND INFORMATION
In this professional area the HR Professional ensures that the delivery of HR service and information to leaders, managers and staff within the organization is accurate, efficient, timely and cost-effective and that human resource data is managed professionally.
The following activities and knowledge specified within the professional area at Band 1 identify those I consider most essential to my HR Role:

Activities
Service Delivery Models and Execution Service Management and

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