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  • Developing Yourself and Others

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    Developing yourself and others Section 1: Know how to identify development needs 1.1 After using the VAK learning styles self-assessment questionnaire I discovered my learning style to be KINASESTHETIC meaning I learn more through physical experiences, such as touching, feeling, holding, doing and practical hands on experiences. This did not come as a surprise to me as in my current job role it is very hands on, and I’ve had to learn very quickly mainly through trial and error. I am not

  • Developing Yourself as an Effective Practitioner.

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    Assignment 1: Developing Yourself as an Effective Practitioner. Neal Roleston Activity A. Briefly summarise the HR Profession Map: The HR Profession Map is available on the CIPD website and enables CIPD members to carry out a self assessment online and receive expert advice and guidance, in turn helping them to reach their professional goals. It was developed after extensive research amongst HR Professionals and enables people to benchmark themselves against the findings. The map

  • Developing yourself as an effective practitioner

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    Certificate in Human Resource Practice Developing Yourself as an Effective Practitioner Assessment – 3DEP Student: Michelle Green Due Date: 16 December 2014 Contents 1. Activity A Summary of the CIPD HR Profession Map Activities and Knowledge specified within 1 professional band 2. Activity B Report on how HR practioner should ensure service they provide is timely and effective: Understanding customer needs Effective communicating Effective service

  • Developing Yourself As An Effective HR

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    Title: Developing yourself as an effective human resource practitioner. Introduction: Findings: The CIPD profession map is a tool used to support the profession as a whole to develop products and services, yet it also accelerates the professional development of individuals. The map was created and is used by individuals and organisations; it’s a vital resource if you are working or connected in the HR profession. Whatever sector and/or size of an organisation the professional map is a great help

  • developing yourself as an effective hr practitioner

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    Developing Yourself As An Effective HR Practitioner Activity 1 I am doing this HR course to further my career at work. I am supervisor. I am involved in HR in my job, as we do not have an HR department. I work with my Manager at present to help conduct annual appraisals, disciplinary procedures and inductions. I have also been involved with redundancies. We are a medium sized company, which has expanded since I joined in 2000 but as we are growing we feel the need to have 1 person

  • Developing Yourself as an Effective Hr Practitioner

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    Developing Yourself as an Effective Human Resource Practitioner The CIPD Human Resources Profession Map The CIPD is the professional body for those working within a HR related role, to “manage the employer-employee relationship and align an organisation’s culture with its people” (CIPD). Researched through collaboration with business leaders the CIPD has developed a map of the activities, knowledge and behaviours required by the different HR roles to meet current business needs (diagram 1)

  • Developing Yourself as an effective HR Practitioner

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    model suggests that an HR specialist leading HR services acts as a role model to help develop their teams ' goals The model also suggests that they know how to engage people with different backgrounds by utilising their experience and skills and by developing their team 's knowledge of the operational plan of the organisation and helping their team to drive forward whilst supporting and mentoring other HR team members. Table 2 shows how I am able to demonstrate my knowledge and understanding of this

  • Developing Yourself as Effective Hr Practitioner

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    disadvantages of each. Identify 3 methods and advantages and disadvantages of each. “One skill that runs through every aspect of working life:- the ability to communicate effectively. It is the heart of excellent customer care and is central to developing positive working relationships with your customers”. (Frances et al Bee, 1998, p25). Face to face, telephone and using electronic communications such as emails and intranets. Advantages of face to face

  • Developing Yourself as an Effective Hr Practitioner

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    Activity 1a - The CIPD Human Resources Profession Map (HRPM) consists of two core professional areas, eight behaviours and ten professional areas. The architecture of the professional map is structured as follows: • Professional areas - describes what needs to be done and what you need to know for each area of the HR profession at four bands of professional competence. • Behaviours – Describes the behaviours and HR professional needs to carry out specific activities. Each behaviour is

  • Essay on Ilm Developing Yourself and Others

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    Section 1: Know how to identify development needs 1.1 Identify own learning style(s) and the learning style(s) of another team member To identify the learning and development style of myself and a team member we both completed a Multiple Intelligence (MI) test developed by Howard Gardner. After completion of the test on myself I have discovered that I have a learning style of Logical – Mathematical, with a majority score of 37, closely followed by Interpersonal with a score of 32,