UNIT 35. Developing Individuals, Teams and Organisation Assignment : Whirlpool

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UNIT 35Developing Individuals,Teams and Organisations
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................11. Mini-research to determine the appropriate and professional knowledge, skills and behavioursthat are required by HR professionals in an organisation................................................................12. Completed personal skills audit to identify appropriate knowledge, skills and behaviours anda professional development plan......................................................................................................23. Differences between organisational and individual learning, training and development withreference to the case study at Whirlpool..........................................................................................54. Need for continuous learning and professional development to drive sustainable businessperformance with reference to the case study at Whirlpool............................................................6M2. Learning cycle theories........................................................................................................85. Understanding of how HPW contributes to employee engagement and competitive advantagewithin the organisational situation.................................................................................................106. Different approaches to performance management...................................................................12M5. Approaches for Performance Management:.......................................................................13CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................14REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................15
INTRODUCTIONHigher productivity and competitiveness can be enhanced, through developingindividuals or teams in an organisation. This report states that appropriate professionalknowledge, skills and behaviours required by HR professionals in an organisation. Withreference to Whirlpool's case study difference between individual and organisational learning,training and development is being analysed. Analysing the need for continuous learning andprofessional development to drive sustainable business performance. Understanding contributionof High Performance Working (HPW) to employee engagement and for competitive advantagewithin organisational situation. Different approaches to performance management is beenevaluated.1. Mini-research to determine the appropriate and professional knowledge,skills and behaviours that are required by HR professionals in anorganisationHuman resource professional are those who are responsible for recruiting, screening andplacing employees in an organisation. HR plans for coordinating and directing variousadministrative functions of an enterprise. They also handle employee relations, benefits, payrollsand training (Bolden, 2016).Following are knowledge, skills and qualities required by HR professionals:Knowledge of Human Resource:Minimum education required for HR position is abachelor's degree. Core knowledge of various functions of human resources and be ableto resolve every issues fairly and calmly.Professional Experience:HR professional must have a good experience in field ofmanaging personnel’s. Well experienced HR manager, can manage their employees andoperations effectively.Communication:If HR personnel’s don't have an excellent communication skill, theycan't survive in organisation. Being able to communicate effectively is essential for HRprofessionals, as employees goes to them for advice and assistance (Woodcock, 2017)..1
Critical Thinking:HR professionals have to balance the complex circumstances andhave to think outside the box for getting solutions for which they require critical thinkingskills.Time Management and self-discipline:HR professionals should be able to do theirwork on time. They have to learn to manage time wisely for which self-disciplined andefficient management of time is required.Trustworthy:Being trustworthy is one of the most important quality that HRprofessional needs. Employees will only open up or if they can trust them.Impartial and objective:Human resource professional must remain neutral andimpartial while dealing with issues regarding employees or work incidents (Rae andWang, 2015).2. Completed personal skills audit to identify appropriate knowledge, skillsand behaviours and a professional development planFollowing are some personal skills that I have access for the role of HR professional:Employee relations:As an HR professional at Whirlpool, have to secure employer –employee relationship for identify and resolving employees concerns, as to create a moresatisfying and healthy working environment.Organizing skills:HR management have to organize various files, personnel and timefor better effective HR activities. In Whirlpool huge employees and works have to bemanaged, for which each tasks or workers are organised accordingly.Multitasking:I have multitasking skills for handling various tasks in Whirlpoolcompany. Such as dealing with employee's personal issue, knowledge about recruitingstrategies, employee's engagement, retention, etc.Teamwork and collaboration:HR professionals are focused on creating the bestworkplace and collaborative team. For effective results teamwork and collaboration isbeen promoted in Whirlpool.Scheduling:I have scheduling skills required in many positions for prioritizing tasks in ateam. Creating a plan is important for allowing everyone in organisation to achieve theirgoals.2
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