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DEVELOPING INDIVIDUALS, TEAMS AND ORGANISATIONS
Table of Contents INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................... 1 TASK 1 ............................................................................................................................................ 1 P1. Knowledge, skills and behaviour that are required by HR professionals ............................. 1 P2 Personal skills audit and professional development plan ...................................................... 2 TASK 2 ............................................................................................................................................ 6 P3. Differences between organizational and individual learning and training and development ..................................................................................................................................................... 6 P4. Analysis of the need for continuous learning and professional development to drive sustainable business performance ............................................................................................... 8 TASK 3 .......................................................................................................................................... 10 P5 State how HPW contribute to employee engagement and competitive advantage .............. 10 TASK 4 ........................................................................................................................................... 11 P6. Different approaches to performance management that support high performance culture and commitment ........................................................................................................................ 11 CONCLUSION .............................................................................................................................. 12 REFERENCES .............................................................................................................................. 14
INTRODUCTION Development is very essential for organisations to help them sustain in a competitive and dynamic environment Development of overall skills and performances of individuals and teams within an organisation encourages employee engagement and improves their job performances. In almost every company, individuals within the firm enhance their skills and knowledge through learning from their workplace environment and the training provided (Aarons, Hurlburt and Horwitz, 2011). The following report is based on Marks & Spencer which is a multinational firm and a market leader in clothing and retail. This report indicates knowledge, skills and behaviours required by HR professionals and determination of differences between organisational and individual learning. It also discusses how training and development are different. A thorough analysis of importance of continuous learning and professional development is discussed, along with role of high performance work practices that could help the firm build better employee relations and improve their competitive position in the market. TASK 1 P1. Knowledge, skills and behaviour that are required by HR professionals Human resource manager is responsible for managing and controlling the people working within an organisation. There are number of functions that are performed by the HR professional with company it includes hiring, training & development, compensation and many more. But in order to perform operations efficiently a HR officer of Mark & Spencer must have certain kind of skills, knowledge and behaviour which they require to exert while performing any operations. These qualities are explained below: Knowledge : Law & government:- A HR professional must have a thorough knowledge of law and regulations that are formulated by the government of particular country in which M&S operates its business (Bolman and Deal, 2017). HR manager must known the standards that are provided by the government in term of working condition, health & safety law, employment law and many more in order to formulate business policies in an ethical and legal manner.

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