Hr Professional Map

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1. …the research and origins of the HRPM a. What is the HRPM?

The CIPD HR Profession Map comprehensively sets out how HR adds the greatest sustained value to the organisation it operates in, now and in the future. It describes the highest standards of professional competence to deliver sustained performance for the organisation.

It captures what successful and effective HR people do and deliver across every aspect and specialism of the profession, and sets out the required underpinning skills, behaviour and knowledge.

Covering 10 professional areas and 8 behaviours, set out in 4 bands of competence, the HRPM covers every level of the HR profession: from Band
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These research findings are reflected in the HRPM as follows:

• ‘Insight driven’ runs through the core of the HRPM: it takes you through the knowledge and skills needed to shift towards being more insight driven. The volume is turned up on the importance of “curiosity” as a behaviour in the HRPM version two.

• The ‘3 savvies’ found in the Next Generation research sit at the core of the HRPM: know the business, know your operating context and know the organisation.

▪ Leadership is also reflected in the core of HRPM, and the importance of this is echoed in Decisive Thinker, Curiosity and Courage to Challenge as behaviours (not excluding other behaviours)

d. What organisations were involved in the development of the HRPM?

We engaged with over 40 organisations in the development of the HRPM. In total, these organisations cover an employee base of over 3 million individuals. See appendix A for full organisation list.

e. How is diversity covered in the HRPM (why is there no professional area
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