Dear Mdaslam,
What i believe is HR- Manager should be cool, calm, aggressive and serious. He should have all these qualities in order to have effective employee relationship. one should act according to the demand of the situation.
Its easy to make someone feel bad but it is good to make others smile. so, its nice to have cool & calm nature but aggressiveness and seriousness too is important at some point of time.
11th October 2012 From India, Delhi
Hello Everyone,this is a bit catchy and tricky subject as well, where in now these days which is very crucial in deciding the name&Fame of the any Org.I am holding an HR Manager position for a small company in Tirupati. As per the discussion,with respect to my perception as well, there is no such term will exist like Idealistic behavior in HR Manger role as it is very clearly known that one should act as " ACT -ACCORDINGLY-NATURE". NEITHER TO SUPPORT SOME ONE OR NOT TO SUPPORT SOME ONE".Do embrace the Emotional Stability as you should be pressurized like a mushroom if one should not know how to swift neatly with the Employees and Employer relation ships . (avsh.hr@gmail.com)
27th November 2015 From India, Tirumala - Tirupati
Dear Senior i gone through ur reply really satisfied and it is very valuable reply for me bcoz i am also in the same situation
27th November 2015 From India, Vellore
Dear Mr. Aslam: Attitude might be lighter but steps should be firm. Be empathetic to your colleagues but stick to your company policy. Regard, Ansarul Karim Jamee
28th November 2015 From Bangladesh
Hi, thanks for asking this question. I believe HR are the custodians of the organisation values and culture. We do need to lead by example in terms of "displaying the behaviour, you would like to see in the organisation".
I don't mean act serious to see all employees serious.
What I mean is happy, smiling and truthfulness in all situations. Further what are your organisation values or core competencies. Do your best to either display that or at least talk about it.
Lastly, its a common mis-perception that if you are happy and jovial you cannot be a good HR manager. I think those days of being serious with all and bearing a grim look are over long ago.
Its time to show some TLC - Tender Loving Care, without feeling awkward about it.
29th November 2015 From India, Mumbai

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