Shaping Your HR Role: Succeeding in Today's Organizations / Edition 1

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Overview

This book has been written for the HR Practitioner and will provide readers with tools, guidelines, ideas, and strategies for developing their role within the Human Resources function. This text focuses on current issues and future trends in both the HR profession and the workplace. Organizations will continue to be forced to function in a lean and mean manner, HR professionals are now required to manage outsourcing functions and to move through multiple internal roles quickly. This book will act as a roadmap to help them plan and implement these roles quickly and efficiently, aligned to their organizations strategy.

This book has been written for the HR Practitioner and will provide readers with tools, guidelines, ideas, and strategies for developing their role within the Human Resources function. This text focuses on current issues and future trends in both the HR profession and the workplace. Organizations will continue to be forced to function in a lean and mean manner, HR professionals are now required to manage outsourcing functions and to move through multiple internal roles quickly. This book will act as a roadmap to help them plan and implement these roles quickly and efficiently, aligned to their organizations strategy. Helps HR practitioners develop their role and skills
* Combines theory and practical case studies to support development.
* Incorporates interviews with HR directors from organizations across a range of industries and sector

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780750678230
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 4/28/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 264
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author

Bill has been in the field of “people development” for over 30 years and has been a professor at GSU since 1990. Prior to his arrival at GSU, Bill was an organizational and human resources consultant for over ten years in three capacities-internally with General Electric Company, externally with a large, international consulting firm (Hay Management Consultants), and as an entrepreneur running his own consulting business. He also was a Human Resources Development (HRD) professional for the federal prison system, a public high school, and a university, as well as a professor of Counseling Psychology at Miami University of Ohio. His teaching assignments focus on non-training HRD interventions, including organizational career management, organizational development, and management consulting. In addition, Bill has guided numerous doctoral students to conduct their own research. His teaching style is student-centered; thus, he emphasizes the teaching of and learning from people more than subject matter, per se. His research interests include: employee involvement in decision making, innovative group career development strategies, consulting competencies for HRD professionals, and effective leadership of HRD functions. He has published over 80 articles in a variety of outlets, from the popular to the scholarly. Bill has been quoted frequently by local and national media on a range of “people issues” in the workplace. He served as editor of the Organizational Development (OD) Journal, a blind, peer-reviewed journal for OD professionals and academics. He also serves as a manuscript reviewer for several other scholarly journals. Bill was elected to and served on the Board of Directors of The Academy of HRD, the leading professional association devoted to HRD research. He has also served on the boards of several non-profit social service agencies and task forces, with the goal being to improve the lives of people and assist them in reaching their potential. Bi

She has over 25 years’ experience in consulting across a wide range of industries and has helped thousands of individuals resolve their career challenges. As an active faculty member of the American Management Association and an instructor at Emory University’s Institute for Professional Learning, she delivers many courses in leadership, career development, and communication skills. Dr. Kahnweiler has been an internal consultant for GE Capital, AGL Resources, and the U.S. Dept. of Education. External consulting assignments have included projects with the Department of Homeland Security, Turner Broadcasting, AT&T, and the Coca-Cola Company. As Vice President of Manchester, an international human resources consulting firm, she delivered and marketed programs to senior executives. Earlier in her career, Jennifer was Director of Career Development and Placement at the University of Cincinnati. Jennifer is an entrepreneur and collaborated with Catalyst to create one of the first firm in the country to offer nationwide career assistance to relocating dual-income families. As a media expert, Dr. Kahnweiler writes a regular column on work issues for AARP The Magazine, which has a circulation of over 28 million readers. She has been a guest host and frequent career expert on JobTalk, a nationally syndicated weekly radio show on workplace issues and has also been interviewed on CNN radio. Jennifer has been published in over 20 trade and professional publications and has been quoted in The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Dr. Kahnweiler earned her Ph.D. in Counseling and Human Systems from Florida State University. She received her Masters in Counseling and Bachelors in Sociology from Washington University, St. Louis. She holds Master Career Counselor (MCC), National Certified Counselor (NCC), and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) certifications, and has served on the board of the National Career Development

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Table of Contents

Dedication
Preface and Acknowledgments
Introduction
Chapter 1 Laying the Groundwork for Success
Help Wanted: Competent and Confident HR Professionals
The Opportunities
The Challenges
Making Development a Priority
Bring Who You Are To What You Do
References

Chapter 2 What Does an HR Career Look Like Today?: Opportunities, Appeals, and Challenges
The Opportunities: A Multitude of Options in Crafting an HR Career
The Many and Varied Appeals of an HR Career
The Challenges of an HR Career
Concluding Remarks
References
Chapter 3 The Many Hats HR Professionals Wear
Role Framework
A Few Caveats
Role Descriptions
Primary Skills Required of Each Role
Choosing One’s Role—Some Guidelines
Consulting Careers
Concluding Remarks
References

Chapter 4 The HR Career Success Model
Why a Model?
Underlying Assumptions of The HR Career Success Model
The Model
Additional Considerations
Concluding Remarks
References

Chapter 5 Actions to Take: Learning About Yourself
Experience—The Great Teacher
What Skills Do You Bring to the Table?
Traits—What is the Way You Approach the World?
Values—What Would You Fight For?
Likes and Dislikes—Knowing What Excites (and Deflates) You
Emotional Intelligence—How Do We Manage Ourselves and Our Relationships?
More Strategies for Gaining Self Knowledge
Concluding Remarks
References

Chapter 6 Actions to Take: Learning About the Field
Learning About the Functional Areas of HR
Learning About Issues and Trends in HR
Structured Learning Experiences
Unstructured Learning Experiences
Additional Guides, Steps, and Tips for Gaining Field Knowledge
Concluding Remarks
References

Chapter 7 Actions to Take: Learning About the Organization
Our Assumptions About Organizations
The Success Model Factors
Guides to Learning About the Organization
Concluding Remarks
References

Chapter 8 Achieving Results: Pathways to Success
Illustrative Case Studies
Win-Win
Passion
Marketing by the Customer
Demonstrating Impact
Values Conflicts
References

Chapter 9 Your Future in Human Resources: Career Development Planning for the Savvy (and Sometimes Stubborn)
The Case for Development
Where Does Motivation Come From?
Planning for Your Development: Getting Started
Key Trends Affecting Your Plans
Proven Development Steps
The Next Dwelling House
References

Appendices
Appendix A—Exercises and Activities to Gain Self-Knowledge
Appendix B—HR and HR-related Professional Associations
Appendix C—Interview Guide
Appendix D—Example of HR Career Paths

Index

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