Foundation Core Units Multiple Choice Test Essay

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Foundation Core Units Multiple Choice Test
Section 1

Developing Yourself as an Effective HR/L&D Practitioner

Question 1

“Effective HR professionals really have to succeed by understanding the business, the market and the customer as well as the Chief Executive or the Marketing
Director. It’s about understanding what the organisation would look like if it was really humming, really succeeding. Translating that back into culture, working practices, learning, motivation, reward, selection – those are the strategic choices…to make” - Geoff Armstrong, CIPD. Aside from this, what other skills and qualities do you think are necessary for HR professionals today?
Being able to distance yourself from staff, as HR are a separate entity
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Leads the identification and implementation of appropriate and fair selection and assessment methodology for the whole organisation
Manages HR colleagues, ensuring people are clear about the situation, next steps and goals
Develops a detailed multi-year recruitment plan in line with the strategy to replace and renew talent at specific identified career stages
Works with managers to ensure they understand and are fully engaged with talent identification and succession activities and processes

Question 7

Which of the following are appropriate activities for Level 3 in the Professional Area of Learning and Talent Development?
Facilitates executive leadership learning events and workshops, delivering content as appropriate.
Takes the lead in the design and delivery of critical learning and talent development interventions.
Works in partnership with line leadership to implement and embed talent management processes.
Facilitates internal learning events and workshops, delivering content as appropriate.

Question 8

Which of the following are appropriate activities for Level 3 in the Professional Area of Performance and Reward?
Listens for feedback from managers and employees on performance and reward programmes, and escalates messages to human resources leaders to inform the continuous improvement and redesign of programmes.
Provides data and information for external stakeholders, regulators and

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