The CIPD has worked with a wide range of people to define principles; those principles are a set of fundamental beliefs which, in any situation, will help make good decisions when there are no obvious solutions, rules or precedents to guide us. They represent who we are, what we stand for, our aims and our identity as a profession. So tell us – what knowledge and behaviours would help you to put them into practice? Here are some examples for inspiration – is there anything you’d add? Or take away? Let us know – we’d love to hear from you.
This post is part of our ongoing research and discussion about our new Professional Standards Framework. We are passionate that a diverse range of people are able to get involved, have their say, and help us shape the framework through their feedback, ideas and suggestions.