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Developing Individuals, Teamsand Organisations
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................1LO 1......................................................................................................................................................1P1. Appropriate and professional knowledge, skills and behaviours that are required by HRprofessionals in Whirlpool...........................................................................................................1P2.Identifying appropriate knowledge, skills and behaviours through personal skills auditwith developing professional development plan for HR consultant in Whirlpool......................3LO 2......................................................................................................................................................5P3. Differences between organisational and individual learning, training and development......5P4. Driving sustainable business performance through continuous learning and professionaldevelopment.................................................................................................................................6LO 3......................................................................................................................................................9P5. Contribution of HPW to employee engagement and competitive advantage within aspecific organisational situation...................................................................................................9LO 4....................................................................................................................................................10P6. Different approaches to performance management and the way they can support high-performance culture and commitment.......................................................................................10CONCLUSION..................................................................................................................................11REFERENCES...................................................................................................................................12
LIST OF FIGURESFigure 1: The Experiential Learning Cycle.....................................................................................7Figure 2: Kolb's Learning Styles.....................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONIn today’s highly competitive environment, success of any organisation depends on itshuman resources so that it can expand and improve on continuous basis. With the help ofcollective and individual capabilities that people at workplace possess, company can run itsoperations in a smooth way. This is the reason; to develop individuals, teams and organisationson continuous basis is important. In present report, The Whirlpool HPW Case is given withreference to which professional knowledge, skills and behaviours in HR professionals will beexplained. Personal skills audit and professional development plan for the HR consultant ofWhirlpool will be given as well. Also, there will be focus on differences between organisationaland individual learning, training and development as well as on the need for continuous learningand professional development. Further, the way HPW contributes to employee engagement andin gaining competitive advantage will be explained along with evaluating different approaches toperformance management.LO 1P1. Appropriate and professional knowledge, skills and behaviours that are required by HRprofessionals in WhirlpoolIn Whirlpool, HR professionals play a key role being in a highly competitive sector. Theyare the one who are responsible for executing organizational and strategic changes to makecompany sustain for longer duration. Firm has faced a time of crisis when it was clear to theteam that major restructuring is required to survive. At that time, HR professionals in companyhave shown their skills, knowledge and behaviours to make the efforts of employees lead toinnovation and increased productivity. So, as per the scenario given of Whirlpool, appropriateand professional knowledge, skills and behaviours that are needed to be there in HRprofessionals are as follows:Professional knowledge required in HR professionalsLegalTo have legal knowledge regarding employment and labour laws, policies andregulations is important for the HR professionals to deal with any kind of issues if arisefrom the side of employees by conforming to the legal and regulatory standards.1
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