Professional Knowledge of HR Professionals : Business Report

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DEVELOPINGINDIVIDUALS
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1 Appropriate and professional knowledge, behaviours and skills that are required by HRprofessionals................................................................................................................................1P2 Completed personal skills audit and develop a professional development plan....................3TASK 2............................................................................................................................................5P3 Differences among organisational and individual learning, training and development........5P4 Need for continuous learning and professional development to drive sustainable businessperformance.................................................................................................................................7TASK 3............................................................................................................................................8P5 HPW contributes to understanding to the ways in employee engagement and competitivebenefits........................................................................................................................................8TASK 4............................................................................................................................................9P6 Various approaches to performance management.................................................................9CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................10REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................11
INTRODUCTIONIn a business firm, development of individuals and also teams are managed through HRmanager. Teams refers to the group of people which work on achieving the organisational goalsand objectives. All staff members of an organisation works on accomplishing the particular aimsand goals of firm in a proper and effective manner. A group refers to a collection of staffmembers which work in a team together in order to achieve decided goals1. Development isnecessary in every business firm whether it is related to the company and also staff members.Whirlpool company is a multinational manufacturer and also a marketer of the many homeappliances. In this given business report mentions about some appropriate as well as professionalknowledge which are necessary by the HR professionals. In order to determine the appropriateskills, knowledge and behaviours for developing a professional development plan. In thismention report discuss about the various approaches related to the performance managementwhich can give the support of commitment and also high performance culture.TASK 1P1 Appropriate and professional knowledge, behaviours and skills that are required by HRprofessionalsIn this, Human Resource Department is an integral part of an organisation and it plays animportant role in making the business successful. In Whirlpool organisation staff members workunder this division perform the various kinds of activities such as recruitment and selection,training and development, salary negotiation, performance appraisal etc. The behaviour,professional knowledge and also skills are necessary in a Human Resource Manager2. It isimportant that human resource manager should be capable and know that how to deal with theproblems in an effective or proper manner. For the purpose of developing the skills of staffmembers it is necessary for manager to use the Continuing Professional Development. It refers toa procedure of measuring and also documenting the relevant or necessary skills, knowledge and1Marquardt, Michael J., Shannon Banks, Peter Cauweiler, and Choon Seng Ng.Optimizing thepower of action learning: Real-time strategies for developing leaders, building teams andtransforming organizations. Hachette UK, 2011.2Singh Sandhawalia, Birinder, and Darren Dalcher. "Developing knowledge managementcapabilities: a structured approach."Journal of Knowledge Management15, no. 2 (2011): 313-328.1
also experience which helps in gaining all the things in a informal and also formal way whenemployees do their work.The Continuing Professional Development is a continuous as well as planned processunder which the manager work on developing their capabilities and skills in order to increasingtheir professional qualities3. There are some importance of Continuing ProfessionalDevelopment given below as above:It assures that the Human Resource Manager works on increasing and also maintainingits skills as well as knowledge so that they can produce goods and services on the basis ofconsumers demands and needs.CPD is helpful in assuring that managers should be update their knowledge about anykind of change at in the market or any latest updates.It is helpful for the managers in making the business environment positive as well aseffective.It can be assist to people or getting them the new position where they can easily monitors,train as well as supervise them in order to achieving the organisational goals andobjectives.There are someSkillswhich are necessary in a Human Resource Manager mentions below asabove:Ethical and Discrete-HR managers of Whirlpool company are regarded as a main partand they keep the important data and information confidential4. So in context to this it is3Chaskalson, Michael.The mindful workplace: Developing resilient individuals and resonantorganizations with MBSR. John Wiley & Sons, 2011.4Foo, Maw-Der. "Teams developing business ideas: how member characteristics and conflictaffect member-rated team effectiveness."Small Business Economics36, no. 1 (2011): 33-46.Tjosvold, Dean, Nancy Yifeng Chen, Xu Huang, and Da Xu. "Developing cooperative teams tosupport individual performance and well-being in a call center in China."Group Decision andNegotiation(2014): 1-24.Pinjani, Praveen, and Prashant Palvia. "Trust and knowledge sharing in diverse global virtualteams."Information & Management50, no. 4 (2013): 144-153.DeChurch, Leslie A., and Stephen J. Zaccaro. "Perspectives: Teams won’t solve thisproblem."Human Factors52, no. 2 (2010): 329-334.Tsiotsou, Rodoula. "Developing a scale for measuring the personality of sport teams."Journalof Services Marketing26, no. 4 (2012): 238-252.Høyland, Sindre. "Developing and validating a scientific model for exploring safe workpractices in interdisciplinary teams."Safety science50, no. 2 (2012): 316-325.Bowen, Judith L., David P. Stevens, Connie S. Sixta, Lloyd Provost, Julie K. Johnson, DonnaM. Woods, and Edward H. Wagner. "Developing measures of educational change for academic2
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