Jeroo Chandiok
Management Consultancy & Training &
SHRIYA KARVE
Working Professional
Itemptu
Hr Head
Anuraag Maini
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Varsha Dhanam
Hr Executive
S.Murugesan
Lecturer
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Thread Started by #varsha dhanam

How should be a human resource persons personality be? I have seen lot of them coming from top b schools with out having a human element. So how should be a HR?
13th October 2007 From Australia, Melbourne

Dear Friend,
Kindly click on the following link, it will give you some required information,
https://www.citehr.com/download-list...ry=Personality
Pls let me know was this information useful,,
If not let me try out more & give information,,,,
Regards
M. Peer Mohamed Sardhar
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13th October 2007 From India, Coimbatore
Hi,
First and Foremost ... A Good Human being only can become an Human Resource professional coz of various reasons.
1. A Piece of paper or certificate make no quality for a HR Person.
The Most important points a HR Professional should have:
1. Patience
2. Politeness
3. Manners
4. Good Listner
5. Good to handle all kinda "Animals"
6. Last but not least : DOWN TO EARTH ATTITUDE"
Coz a lay person can no way have the above qualities coz his day to day activities, pain, trials and troubles, et.. al...
So a HR Professional should understand the "Agony or Pain or Desperation or Frustruation of all Human Beings"
Hope you will agree with me.
Cheers!
Joe
14th October 2007 From India, Mumbai
Hi varsha!!!
Personality is not the physical appearance of a person but the right attitude a person carries himself with....
The approach of an individual is more important than anything else. An HR individual is supposed to be more humane than anyone else.
Don't follow the typical definition of personality as u know there's a lot of difference in 'reel' life and 'real' life....
Regards
Shriya Karve.
14th October 2007 From India, Mumbai
hi People specialised in MSW ( HR ) more human towards to people and they excel when dealing with human beings. S.Murugesan Madurai
14th October 2007
Hi,
A few things that come to my mind -
- Good listner, good communicator
- always be in tough with the reality on ground
- fair, objective, people champion
- available leader, informal
- high on integrity, empathy
- ability to influence people at all levels
- ability to connect, network
- adaptiable and with ability to facilitate change
There are few more in terms of competencies that need to be in place in order to be effective
Regards
Anuraag
14th October 2007
I agree with what Shreya said about being humane - it covers the whole gamut of attitudes, expectancies and values that an HR person should have.
Just formal degrees or diplomas do not make an effective HR person. An HR person must have something more - the desire to make employees better in every way and to serve the organisation as best he/she can.
Jeroo
15th October 2007 From India, Mumbai
Hi,
I dont think there is any particular Personality of Hr as i been interacting with different Hr of the company.
I Beleive that relevant years of exp with which u r applying the job
secndly if you are presentable smart and good communication, having right attitude towards job .
This are few things which are more considered than body shapes and sizes or body peronalities.
Have a smart and smiling personality all that takes to make good personality.
Thanks & Regards :wink: :lol:
16th October 2007 From India, Mumbai
sir, you are right but u think that it help to get quick job other than mba or mpm, i also msw student but strugling mor than other people, what i have to do? Pavan agrawal(pune)
22nd January 2010 From India, Pune
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