Managing and Developing People – Critically reflexive review

This first assignment is a ‘reflexive review of the behaviours associated with
demonstrating value for people in an ethical and sustainable way. You will need
• Review the new CIPD profession behaviours which is an international
benchmark for the people profession to enable better decisions, act with
confidence, perform at your peak, drive change in your organisation and
progress in your career.
• Consider the 8 core behaviours and self-assess to review your areas of
strength as well as areas for development to be effective in managing and
developing people.
• Identify 3 areas of strength and present evidence of this with examples of
• Identify 3 areas for development and provide rationale for your choice.
• Write an critical reflexive review of how you will continue to build on the 3
strong core behaviours and develop the other 3 core behaviours identified to
build on and enhance your future management and development of people.
Consider all module content, including practice development sessions and
action learning conversations as well as relevant academic underpinning within
your review. ( 1500 words)
Referencing should be in line with Harvard style –
outcome (s)
LOK1: Analyse the core knowledge and behaviours associated with the people
LOS1: Use reflective and reflexive practices to critically evaluate own behaviours
and their impact on others
weighting %
Key reading
and learning
Addae-Kyeremeh, E and Rezaie, P. OU Learn: Reflective thinking, Reflective
learning and Academic writing
CIPD (2018) New Profession’s Map
Fook, J and Gardner, F (2007). Practicing critical reflection: A resource handbook.
London, England: Open University Press.
Giddens, A. (1991). Modernity and self-identity. Cambridge, England: Polity Press.
Jasper, M. (2003). Beginning reflective practice. Cheltenham, England: Nelson

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