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The all new CIPD Profession Map has landed

CIPD Professions for the Future - Profession Map

So, the long awaited all new CIPD profession map is out today!  If you are a CIPD member you can look at the detail on the CIPD website, but if you’re not or you want the highlights then here’s a summary for you and you can learn about how to get CIPD qualified at the DPG website :

‘The new Profession Map sets the international benchmark for the people profession’ and ‘captures what excellence looks like’. ‘Its fundamental purpose is to champion better work and working lives.  Everyone connected to the world of work has a role to play in delivering this, which is why...'purpose'... sits at the heart of the new Profession Map.’

'The new Profession Map won’t tell you what to do, but it will show you how being principles-led, evidence-based and outcomes-driven leads to better decisions in any situation.'

What do we mean by these?

Principles-led 

  • Work matters
  • People matter
  • Professionalism matters

Evidence-based 

  • Behavioural science and academic research
  • Organisational data
  • Stakeholder concerns
  • Practitioner expertise

Outcomes-driven

  • Our impact on work
  • Our impact on people
  • Our impact on professionalism
  • Our impact as individuals

Beyond the Profession map Purpose and Key drivers, it is made up of these three key areas:

CORE KNOWLEDGE

CORE BEHAVIOURS

SPECIALIST KNOWLEDGE

Core knowledge

  • People practice
  • Culture and behaviour
  • Business acumen
  • Analytics and creating value
  • Digital working
  • Change

Core behaviours

  • Ethical practice
  • Professional courage and influence
  • Valuing people
  • Working inclusively
  • Passion for learning
  • Insights-focused
  • Situational decision-making
  • Commercial drive

Specialist knowledge

  • Employee experience
  • Employee relations
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Learning and development
  • Organisation development and design
  • People analytics
  • Resourcing
  • Reward
  • Talent management

That’s just a snapshot – what are you initial thoughts and impressions?

Would be great to share them here.

 

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