Core Behaviours for People Professionals 3CO03
- August 21, 2021
- Posted by: Harry King
- Category: CIPD Level 3
Core Behaviours for People Professionals
This unit provides insights on the core behaviours for people professionals, mainly majoring on the ethical practice for people professions to create value in a workplace. The unit helps learners contemplate how ways of thinking and doing things can be used consistently to enhance employees’ well-being and inclusion in an organisation regardless of new environment or challenges encountered.
The learning objectives for the core behaviours for people professionals are:
- Promoting awareness through various ways to customer focus through ethical principles to advice on the motion of work in an organisation.
- Evaluating ethical values and scrutinising them within your responsibility in an organisation, identifying different ways of observing the set rules and regulations.
- Analysing the impact of different positive ways of working and using them to demystify challenges encountered and contribute to ideas and opinion sharing inclusively and respectfully.
- Analysing the different ways of realising and owning personal mistakes and showing empathy to other employees in an organisation.
- Learners will learn how to assess the idea of contemplative practice to enhance and integrate professional knowledge, skills and experience in an organisation.
Acknowledging various impactful ways used in support and maintenance of ethics and professional practice
Ethical principles and professional values
Learners are considerate on how ethical principles and professional values advise on different ways of working. Learners should describe ethics and ethical principles, showing the impact of applying and maintaining ethical codes within an organisation and being able to positively influence desirable culture in a professionally self-driven manner as a people profession. Professionals who value making ethical decisions are considered to be relevant in all their undertakings. They ensure that they deliver the best practices to supporting people and organisational activities to keep them engaged with others and the organisation.
Conforming with regulations and laws within the ethical context and professional practice
Learners should define ways of consistently following the relevant regulatory board and the law within the ethical framework of professional practice. This creates awareness on how an organisation can consistently work within the boundaries of codes of practice and law. Conforming to laws and regulations requires consistency and correspondence with the appropriate ethical boundaries that enhance improved professional practice. Professionals, in this case, should follow the CIPD Code of Conduct and work on following the standards and guidelines set to help professionals become relevant at work. When professionals conform to legal and ethical practices, they gain the best experience in managing organisational issues. They also contribute to professional development in ways that support improvement in practices to support personal and professional growth and development.
Positive working relationships
Learners will learn how to sum up the different ways of showing positive working relationships within an organisation, such as being clear of the challenges faced in an organisation, clearly airing opinions and views and effectively working as a team. A positive working relationship is achieved through;
- Actively listening to make sure you clearly understand the problem, asking for others opinions, analysing every detail and all the facts, maintain the assumption role and assessing n your understanding of the problem to others. A good understanding of different issues results in an improvement in professional engagements towards solving organisational challenges.
- Airing contributions by speaking when necessary calmly and respectfully, using every supportive detail and facts, making sure that everyone understands your opinions, respecting and accepting differing opinions as part of the information, not taking them as criticism or challenge and giving clarifications in case of misunderstanding.
- Analysing the importance of teamwork, positive challenge, the need to value different characters from different people and their impact on the team, ways of enhancing team building and teamwork.
Learners will understand the different ways of promoting an inclusive work environment with respect for one another stimulated by a strong desire to learn and professional courage.
Ethics and professional integrity
Learners should learn what ethics means within the framework of an organisation and concerning the impact of your actions on personal and professional integrity. Identifying the different ways of approach to professional ethics, corporate social responsibility and sustainability, corporate governance, values and codes. Assess the ethical roles that professionals play to ensure that justice, equity, and fairness are maintained in an organisation. The learners also ensure that they develop different ways to ensure that sensitivity and respect are acknowledged within an organisation. This impacts effective communication within an organisation, enhances creativity, negotiation skills, written and verbal presentation skills, change management and teamwork, helps in time management, triggers emotional intelligence, and helps handle conflicts and challenges at work.
Recognising own mistakes and those of others
Learners get to understand the ways that can be used to assess, identify and own personal mistakes and those of others in a friendly and compassionate way. Learners achieve this by acquiring skills, going through the process and habits that have productive deliberations, recognising and associating with technical and situational mistakes from others calmly and compassionately. Through mistakes, experimentally, one learns how to take responsibility for their own mistakes and those of others, handle the consequences and deal with failure. People who acknowledge that they make mistakes are courageous enough to engage in actions to support others and support the organisation in delivering value and attaining organisational success.
Developing people professionals in the evolving world of work
Learners will be able to learn how to advise on how to demonstrate interest and intellectual curiosity about issues and developments in people profession and the environment in an organisation. Different ways can be used to maintain and promote intellectual curiosity and currency about arising issues and people profession in an organisation, which includes; asking questions, doing research, formal and informal investigations, reading journals, blog posts, books, articles, and news feeds and also being actively engaged with competitors activities to get information. Learners will also analyse the different active ways of personal development, recordings and reflecting on professional knowledge, skills and experience. This helps in realising why people professionals need to keep developing, recording and reflecting on their practice in an organisation. It enhances contemplative practice and the fundamental idea of constant professional development, emphasising the importance of learning, assessing and recording, action learning and the importance of knowledge conversation. Learners should use the knowledge gained in this unit to reflect on their HR practices to ensure that they understand the value of their knowledge and skills to support their careers.