Effective use of High-performance Working (HPW) : Essay

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DEVELOPING INDIVIDUAL,TEAMS ANDORGANISATION
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION..........................................................................................................................1P1 Appropriate knowledge, skills and behaviours required by HR professionals forSainsbury's organisation........................................................................................................1P2 Professional development plan for Jane Cambridge in her HR Officer role....................2P3 Difference between organisational and individual learning ; training and development..3organisational and individual learning..................................................................................4Training and development......................................................................................................4M1 Personal skills audit for an employee (Jane Cambridge) to identify needs of training anddevelopment...........................................................................................................................5P4 Needs for continuous learning and professional development for sustainable businessperformances..........................................................................................................................8M2 Learning cycle theories and its impact on professional development.............................9Section 2 – Essay..........................................................................................................................10P5 Effective use of high-performance working (HPW) framework and performancemanagement models to support high-performance culture..................................................10M3 Analysing the benefits of HPW to an organisational situation......................................11P6 Evaluating various approaches to performance management.........................................12M4 Evaluating various approaches on supporting efficiency in culture and commitment. .13CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................13REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................14
INTRODUCTIONSainsbury's is a retailer company situated in United Kingdom. In this unit employees canlearn about the company and its HR professional requirements. The aim of this project is toprovide opportunities to employees for achieving high performances towards organisationalactivities. From these employees can understand about the skills, knowledge and behavioursrequired for HR manager. Readers can analyse complete personal skills audit of Jane Cambridge.There are some development plans for employees that is beneficial to improve professional skill.In this unit employees can analyse the difference between organisation or individual learning andtraining or development activities. Here is a table which is helpful to understand the differences.In this project reader can find the importance and needs of continuous learning and professionaldevelopments which is very important for sustainable business performance(Goetsch, and Davis,2014).P1 Appropriate knowledge, skills and behaviours required by HR professionals for Sainsbury'sorganisationSainsbury's is situated in United kingdom. It is the largest chain of supermarkets in UK.As a HR manager of the company a person requires more knowledge and skills tan otheremployees. Human resources officers have to develop and implement policies for effectivenessof employee works. In the organisation there is a aim of HR to ensure organisational work doneby employees and their experience. As a HR manager there are some duties towards theorganisation like providing training and development opportunities to employees and to makestrategies to achieve organisational goals.Human resource manager requires the knowledge of negotiation technique to satisfy staffand other candidates. This knowledge helps to avoid conflicts between staff. They have to dealwith grievances, so by the knowledge they can handle any situations. They must know abouthealth and safety of employees and other members. The knowledge of recruitment process helpsto get efficient candidates for the company. HR manager is a representative of the company,experience of handling issues relating to candidates helps to reduce conflicts(Mowday, andSteers, 2013).HR managers promotes the company towards customers and candidates, they should havea great maintaining and advising skill. It includes promotions, recruitment staff, development of1
job descriptions, specification of person, checking application forms of candidates, determineworking conditions of employees, providing opportunities to employees and other managementperformances. HR of the company have to understand salary procedures, for this HR requires theskill to undertake salary reviews. Planning, advertisement, organising, recruiting, training andcontrolling all this process implemented by HR in the company, so there must be a skilled personto deal with it. They should have the ability to understand benefits of the company and how canachieve them. Remunerations to the employees creates conflicts within the organisation, HRmust solve that problems and other issues by making strategies and policies(Lengnick-Hall,C.A., Beck, T.E. 2011).In the Sainsbury's corporation human resource manager must follow rules and regulationsdeveloped by the company from which employee will also learn and follow policies. Behaviourof HR should be very calm and easy to understand. They must implement disciplinaryprocedures. Working with employees closely increases consultancy power in HR. At the time ofadvertising, interviewing, representing the company and selecting candidates HR managershould perform very well. They should interpret employment law and recognize strategies toachieve long term goals of the company(Harris, A., 2013).P2 Professional development plan for Jane Cambridge in her HR Officer roleProfessional development plan is a strategy that documents the goals of Sainsbury'scorporation. It is a development process of employees from which ability of working as HRmanager can be increased(Maxwell, J.C., 2011). Jane Cambridge has experience in many fieldsbut also has lack of knowledge in many processes. It is important to create plans that helps toincrease capacity of working as a HR manager.Assessment of skill level- Jane Cambridge can improve her technical and social skill.She can make plans that how do she work with other employees. She is to assess our actual skilllevel after then creating strategies can help to improve technical and social skills(Perez, 2010).Development academy-Academy is a centre in which training facilities are provided.Jane Cambridge can join development academy that provides training programs of identifyingstaff needs, resources required for the organisation. It offers long term training facility thatimproves employee's skills and develops capabilities of employees. From this kind of academyJane Cambridge can gain more opportunities to develop our skills.2
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