Identifying the traits that make up a successful HR practitioner is subjective. Each HR honcho will undoubtedly have embarked on a different career path, dealt with different situations and experiences which have moulded their unique personnel traits. With that in mind, HR Grapevine spoke to five different HR practitioners to find out which traits they think make a great HR practitioner… Kay Harriman, Senior Director HR Hilton UK&I – Bravery ‘Brave’ – I think...
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