The HR map was created to assist with personal development and organisation development. This is a great tool to use to try and evaluate where your strengths and weaknesses are, and to help define you in the area you would be most suited for example – if you read through carefully you may find that your strengths point towards a specialised role in Learning and Development. The HR Map is split into 3 separate areas, which I have detailed below: Professional:
This will detail each area of HR starting from the top (Insights, Strategy and Solutions) this is at the centre of the HR map because this is where the understanding of the business starts. Then follows Leading HR, which can only start once you have a clear understanding of the business as a whole, not all HR professionals will have a ‘leading’ role but it is still important to develop in this area. The surrounding areas are a more general overview that will assist you with making a decision of the area you are most suited to work in, either as a generalist or in a more specialist role.
Behaviour: This will detail a total of eight different behaviours, which will help you to find your strengths in the area you would like to work, and also in which banding. For example: if you are at entry level in your HR career you will be deemed as stage one, and behaviours required would be curious, driven to deliver and personally credible. If for example you are already in a Leadership role you could be classed as Band 3 or & 4, and behaviours would include Decisive thinker, skilled influencer, courage to challenge, and driven to deliver.
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This is useful for personal development, by completing the HR map it will help to highlight which area you may wish to specialise in, and assist you in your current role. It may also allow you to request specific training, or to seek a promotion. It may even allow you to apply for a new job you think you may be more suited to, and gain the necessary experience to further your HR career. Band’s of Competence: The bands are broken into 4 sections from Band 1 (Entry level) to Band 4 (Management level).
This information is useful to see which areas you are most interested in, and where you would like to develop. This is designed to explain where you would like to see yourself in your HR role. For example, what areas of responsibility are you interested in? If your answer were – I am happy to provide administrative support to the HR manager accurately and efficiently, then you would be more suited to a Band one.
If you are more interested in a leadership role and have the behavioural attributes as detailed in the map touched on earlier, then you would be more suited to Band 3 or 4, which will mean you will have more responsibility with decision making. This will require you to have a greater understanding of the business as a whole, and how to assist in development, assisting with strategy and planning, and being able to deal with more challenging situations.