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Activity 1

The Human Resources Profession Map (HRPM) (as seen below from the CIPD website) is simple as it includes ten professional areas, eight behaviours and four bands. CIPD states that the HRPM captures what successful and effective HR practitioners deliver across every aspect and specialism of the profession, and sets out the required activities, behaviour and knowledge.

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The two core areas in the HRPM Insights, Strategy & Solutions and Leading HR.

Insights, Strategy and Solutions develops actionable insights an solutions, prioritized around an understanding of the business. In my company this helps us to understand the organisational needs an meet these.

Leading HR provides insight-led leadership, shaping and driving yourself and others in the organization. In my organisation this helps us to effectively meet the needs of the staff as well as the senior managers.

Below are the eight professional areas that make up the ten professional areas of our HRPM

Organisation Design | ensures that the organisation is created to suit the organisation’s specific needs in the short and long-term. | Organisation Development | is about making sure the company has committed employees to help deliver their goals now and in the future. | Resource and Talent Planning | helps the organisation to identify there needs and acquire the key people with the ability to meet these needs. | Learning and Talent | development ensures that people of all skills are giving the chance to develop to obtain the short and long-term ambitions of the organisation. | Performance and Reward | builds a high-performance culture by creating training programmes that recognise and reward personal skills, capabilities, experience and performance. | Employee Engagement | appears in all aspects of the employment experience. The organisation needs positive connections with all…...

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