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1.1 Knowledge, Skills and Behaviors required to be effective in a HRM/D role

Human Resources (HR) is fundamental to business performance and has a pivotal role to play in the decision making that enables organisations to operate effectively.

In 2009, the CIPD introduced the HR Profession Map which is structured around the areas of HR activity, it focuses on what professionals need to know, do and deliver to be effective throughout all stages of a career in HR. The map is not specific to an organisations size or structure or the sector it operates in and is relevant to all HR professionals regardless of level or role.

The map (fig 1.) is structured in 3 elements:

10 Professional Areas, 8 Behaviours and 4 bands of Competence.
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g has proved exceptional to team performance, (page7, HR profession map)
1.1 Knowledge, Skills and Behaviors required to be effective in a HRM/D role

The CIPD Profession Map – Our Professional Standards V2.4 http://www.cipd.co.uk/cipd-hr-profession/profession-map/default.aspx 1.2 My Role

Insights Strategy & Solutions
1.7.1, page 10, HR Profession map

Leading HR
2.3.1, 2.4.1 & 2.8.1, page 14, HR Profession Map

Learning & Development
6.7.1 & 6.8.2, page 26, HR profession map

Employee Relations
9.9.1, page 36, HR profession map

Band (transition 1-2)
Page7, HR profession
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