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10 HR Business Acumen Competency Indicators

The HR business acumen competency framework provides holistic knowledge of the organization, and that knowledge helps senior HR professionals perform their jobs more effectively. These are the 10 key HR activities that require the business acumen proficiency: HR strategy and planning recruiting and selection onboarding/new employee orientation training and development compensation and benefits employee relations employee safety and health risk management legal compliance managing change Senior HR professionals as business leaders As a business leader,

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Guidelines for Using Humor at Work

Using humor in the workplace doesn’t make you an aspiring comedian; it simply indicates that you’re taking a healthy approach to your life and work. Humor in the workplace Humor, properly practiced, can be an expression of humility, a staking out of common ground, a release valve, and more. It’s not about telling jokes – although that’s fine if you can pull it off – but about incorporating humor into the day-to-day work environment. This

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The Leadership Development Plan

Self-awareness and managing learning Leadership development is a constantly evolving skill and involves continuous development. By finding out more about yourself, your strengths, and your weaknesses, you can get a better idea of areas you need to improve on. You can then develop a tailored plan that will guide you to where you want to be through increased self-awareness and behavior modification. Good leaders know how to change their behavior. In order to change your

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Leadership Self-Assessment

Leadership Self-awareness and assessment To be a successful leader, you must be skilled at diplomacy, empathy, and being able to lead by example. If you’re already in a leadership position, it may not be possible to get feedback from a superior. However, it is possible to monitor your own development You can create your own plans for improvement through self-assessment. Self-assessments can be used by leaders to evaluate their own performance during a specified time