Аssеssmеnt 1: НRМ Skills Роrtfоliо


Аssеssmеnt 1: НRМ Skills Роrtfоliо
The Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) isthe national association representing
human resource and people management professionals. AHRI have over 20,000 membersthroughoutthe world and provide education and training
services in HR and people management and business skills. AHRI also organises world-class conferences which bring HR practitioners together
and holds seminars and networking opportunities all over Australia. AHRI also sets standardsthrough accreditation of HR qualifications at
universities across Australia (including LaTrobe’s HR degree), conducts research into people management practices, and assists governments
in the development of policy and legislation that affects people at work.
AHRI have released a ‘Model of Excellence’, which explains
the capabilities and behaviours of an ‘excellent HR manager’. This model provides a conceptual basis for the accreditation of HR
practitioners and training offered by AHRI and universities. The model identifies 7 capabilitiesthat are essential for HR practitioners
(see https://www.ahri.com.au/about-us/model-of-excellence). These capabilities are being:
Business driven;
A strategic architect;
expert practitioner;
An ethical and credible activist;
Aworkforce and workplace designer;
Acultural and change leader; and

stakeholder mentor and coach.
In this assignment, you are to select three (3) of these capabilities and addressthe following (in your own
words, with referencing as required):
What does this capability entail?
Why would it be important for a Human Resource Manager to have
this capability?
Assume you are applying for a graduate HR position, and demonstrating this capability is one of the key selection
criteria. What evidence could you provide to demonstrate you possessthis capability? Draw upon your own experiences, whether it be your
work, university life, home life, volunteering or sporting experiences.
For further information on the AHRI Model of Excellence,
AHRI Model of Excellence
Human Resource Competency Study
Ulrich, D., Brockbank, W., Yeung,A. K. and Lake, D. G. (1995), Human
resource competencies: An empirical assessment. Human Resource Management, 34: 473-495. doi:10.1002/hrm.3930340402
The assignment isto be submitted in one document via the Assignment submission link in the LMS. The assignment will be
entered into Turnitin automatically when submitted. You can submit the assignment as manytimes as you like prior to the submission
date/time. Howev er, please note thatthe second and subsequent times you submit the assignment,the originality report from Turnitin will
take u- to 24 hours to be released. _ 7
Please remember that the University takes a very serious view

with regard to plagiarism, and you are strongly advised to read the Univ ersity’s policies on academic integrity at the following website:
http:/vaw.latrobe.edu.au/learning/integrity. Please be aware that plagiarism is a form of serious academic misconduct and will be penalised
accordingly. Plagiarism detection and prev ention software (i.e.,Turnitin) is used to aid in identifying possible incidences of plagiarism

in written assignments (see http://www.latrobe.edu.au/students/it/teaching/turnitin/).

Assignments are due by 5pm on the due date.

Extensions will only be given in documented cases of severe illness or emergency, and will be managed through the Univ ersity Special
Consideration process. uch applications must be accompanied by documentation (i.e., doctor’s certificate) and be submitted prior to the
due date. Please referto the Subject Learning Guide, yourTutor orthe Subject Coordinator if you require further information.