Developing Yourself as an Effective HR/L&D Practitioner

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HR ASSIGNMENT Table of Contents Developing Yourself as an Effective HR/L&D Practitioner Activity A The HR Professional Map It is the map that directs the HR Professionals at each level (generalist or specialist) to figure out what they need to do so as to deliver correct output at whichever stage of the career they are working at. The map is a threshold set for the individuals exhibiting HR excellence. It describes the knowledge and activities as well as the behaviours that are absolutely needed for smooth functioning of the HR activities currently and also in future. The map is ever-evolving so as to combat the ever increasing needs of this profession. The HR Professional Map is divided as follows: Core…show more content…
Curious: It means accepting new and innovative ways of making things work which helps me. I want all the employees to take new challenges, work upon their mistakes and weigh the merits and de-merits of the approaches. 5. Driven to Deliver: Avoiding the laid back attitude, the energy and zeal within me encourages me to walk along the path to deliver the outcomes perfectly. Activity B As a Recruitment and Resource planning HR employee, my job is to hire technically sound and knowledgeable employees to suit the company positions and direct them to correct teams and departments. An HR employee lays the foundation and acts as the building block for the entire employee hierarchy. Thus, it is of utmost importance to focus on efficiency and timeliness of the delivery of the services they offer. Customer needs I am responsible for recruitment, resource and talent planning, training and induction in the organisation, so the customers whom I would serve and offer my services are no one else but the managers, third party interviewers, new joiners and transitioned employees, etc. All these customers are in touch with me for the resolution of different needs and they are: 1. Managers: The managers, may be an HR practitioner of any level, are to be trained from time to time so that the transitioned experienced employees are easily absorbed in the new team with their area of expertise. Need: Training so that the new employees are very well treated and their skills are

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