Predicting what tomorrow’s world of work will look like has become even tougher in recent years. Already technology, Brexit, globalisation and the increasingly volatile nature of politics are having a profound impact, requiring HR directors to be more flexible, agile and innovative than ever before.
But are tomorrow’s HRDs equipped to deal with such radical and constant change?
That's the question being explored by Gream People Inside who are conducting a study into the question. The research will explore whether current HR business partners (HRBPs) have the potential to cope with new environments. They need the help of you and the rest of the DPG Community in exploring this vital topic.
What's in it for you?
Completing survey's of course does take some time. But that's easily balanced with the benefit of getting your hands on an individual report sent to the email address you provide, giving you food for thought on your own future development. They won't share your report with anyone else.
So do get involved by taking their 20 minute psychometric assessment which you can find by clicking here.
Heres's some more information for you...
All psychometric dimensions, used in this research, are validated for the UK working population and have validation and reliability scores that exceed those required by the British Psychological Society.
We want HRBPs from any type of organisation, regardless of sector, to complete this. But please don’t complete it if this isn’t your role as we may not be able to share your report with you and your time and effort could be wasted.
When you register you’ll be asked your gender. This is solely so that when reports are produced, the reports refer to he/she, her/him etc rather than Susan and David all the time. This information is not used anywhere else in the process.
Data privacy - No one but Martin Goodwill, CEO of Great People Inside (who will analyse the data), will see any individual results. They will not be shared with anyone, including HR magazine. For the purposes of the research and any subsequent article in HR magazine, all relevant responses will be aggregated.