The CIPD Human Resources Profession Map (HRPM) incorporates 10 professional areas as well as 8 behaviours in order to show what successful and effective people do who work within the human resource profession. This map is relevant to all human resource professionals and covers different bands ranging from 1 to 4, these bands determine professional competence. The map describes what you need to know, what you need to do and how you need to do it within each professional area across these bands.
The 10 professional areas included in the human resource profession map are insight, strategy and solutions; leading human resources; organisation design; organisation development; resourcing and talent planning; learning and talent planning; performance and reward; employee engagement; employee relations; and service delivery and information.
The 8 behaviours included in the human resource profession map are decisive thinker, skilled influencer, personally credible, collaborative, driven to deliver, courage to challenge, role model and curious.
My Human Resource Profession Map
I completed my CIPD HR map on 27th November 2012, for which a summary of my results for my specified professional area can be found in appendices one.
I have completed my HR map based on band 2, this is due to currently working within a human resource environment and is based on my background and skills gain from working as a Regional Human Resource Officer.
Professional Area – Service Delivery and Information
Match people and tasks to ensure processes work well. People are different with different strengths and levels of knowledge or experience. Think of them differently and allocate tasks according to capabilities. I have to carry out appraisals for all staff in early 2013, I will be able to use this in order to determine each person’s strengths in order to match them to future tasks. -
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