Hr - Descriptive Titile
4087 words 17 pagesIntroduction
This report will aim to evaluate and explain what it means to be an HR Professional with using the CIPD HR Professional Map (HRPM) as the basis for the evaluation.
A - Briefly explain how the CIPD HR Professional map defines the HR profession, including gthe professional areas, the bands and the behaviours.
B – Evaluate how the 2 core professional areas, and any 2 selected behaviours uphold the concept of ‘HR professionalism’ give examples from the knowledge and activities @ band
C- Explain with related examples, why the HR professional needs to be able to manage themselves, manage groups or teams, manage upwards and manage across the organisation
CIPD Professional Map –
The CIPD HR Profession Map (HRPM) is an …show more content…
The first circle comprises of how to manage yourself through Continuous Professional Development (CPD) in a daily basis. If an HR professional fails to manage himself correctly it would be very hard to try managing other people around him. The second circle involves the management of groups and people through team leading or delegation. An HR professional should be able to lead and manage a group of people except from managing himself. The third circle deals with managing upwards to the higher authorities. In order for an HR professional to managing upward, good communications skills are required to sell ideas and buy in the idea and then reach the implementation stage. Credibility is also required to influence the high authorities and be collaborative. Confidence and being passionate about it as well as having the courage to challenge is also a characteristic that is needed at this point. The fourth circle encompasses the management across the organization. An HR professional should be consistent with managing one function and the other; good communication is essential as well as team meeting for effective management across the organization.
What is also required for an HR professional to be effective and efficient is the thinking performer model. According to the CIPD 2 x 2 matrix, the vertical axis representing effectiveness and the horizontal axis representing efficiency. The matrix has four boxes and is illustrated as the figure below.