Leading HRS in particular focuses on the organization requirements and that human resources employees are fully engaged, irking collaboratively and all understand the drivers that create value within the organization. Both of these core areas are to be reflected within all HRS roles at any stage of a successful HRS career regardless of location or working within an organization or alongside one. The other 8 professional areas Identify the knowledge and skills required wealth each band level to provide specialist HRS assistance.There are 4 band levels, each band level signifies professional competence and Is linked to the professional areas within said band level at every stage of the professionals HRS career.
To progress from one band to another there are three transitional pathways that identify what the professional must follow in order to progress. There are 8 behavioral areas clustered into 3 groups that identify how professionals at the relevant band level in their career need to carry out their duties and make a contribution to their organizations success.They include; Band One; Personally Credible; Builds a reliable reputation using experience and expertise and does so with integrity and in an objective manner. Collaborative; Works effectively with colleagues, customers, and Individuals both within and outside of the organization. Driven to deliver; Demonstrates a strong work ethic, consistent In their duties and take accountability for delivery of results. Plans, profitless, monitors performance and holds others accountable for delivery.
Band Two: Advises on and manager HRS related issues and has a clear understanding of the evaluation process.Whilst at band two, the professional will demonstrates the Personally Credible and Driven to Deliver Behavior Areas seen in Band One while also demonstrating other Behavior Areas; Courage to Challenge and Skilled Influencer. Courage to Challenge; Shows inference and courage to speak and challenges others when confronted with unfamiliar circumstances. Skilled Influencer; Demonstrates the ability to influence and to gain commitment and support form a wide range of diverse stakeholders for the organization benefit.Band Three; Requires the professional to show a high understanding of the Behavior Areas Courage to Challenge and Skilled Influencer.
These are to be demonstrated at an expert level before progressing to the band level 4. The professional has the skills to lead In a Behavioral area and addresses key HRS challenges at an organizational level. Band Four: Professionals are required to be an responsible for developing and delivering organizational and HRS strategy. The professional is required to cover 3 Behavioral areas; Role Model, Curious and Decisive Thinker.
Role Model; leading by example and implying sound personal judgment in all interactions. Curious; Demonstrates an active interest in the internal and external environment, shows a willingness to learn and active in the development of self and others and organization levels and individual. Decisive Thinker; Demonstrates the ability to analyses information quickly and constructively to aka dependable decisions using knowledge, experience and personal Judgment. As a learner Just starting out my HRS career my experience and knowledge is limited and I believe to sit at Band One on the HARM.Band One supports colleagues with administration duties and effectively manages data and is customer driven. The Professional Areas suited for Band One insure that all people within the organization possess and develop the skills and knowledge to progress not only within the organization, but their career by becoming motivated to learn, grow and perform.
High performance within the organization is promoted by rewards that are equitable ND cost effective, given when rewarding skills, capabilities, performance and experience.While Band One focuses primarily on Performance and Reward and Learning and Talent Development as professional areas, the HARM also depicts that the behaviors at Band One level are to be achieved. These include; Personally Credible, Collaborative and Driven to Deliver. The two core Professional Areas (Strategy Insights and Solutions and Learning and Talent Development) are at the very heart of any HRS professional and should be the core values of any professional undertaking a HRS career or an expert in their field.