The HRG assesses hardiness, which is how well your people cope with stressful and unexpected situations.
Those with high levels of hardiness experience stress like everybody else, but they suffer fewer negative effects, and it has less impact on their performance and health. This can have huge implications for the overall success of any organisation.
This tool measures three qualities that predict hardiness: Control, Commitment and Challenge. Control is a person’s belief that they can control a situation and influence outcomes. Commitment is an interest and sense of purpose in their day-to-day activities. Challenge is their ability to see new experiences as opportunities: an exciting chance to learn and develop.
The Hardiness Resilience Gauge is based on over 30 years of research and development. It shows strong reliability. If retested under similar conditions, the results are consistent.
The tool also has very high validity. This means it’s precise in reflecting the qualities you have set out to measure. This has held up over years of research findings and business practice around the world.
You will become fully certified to measure hardiness using this scientifically proven tool. You will learn to predict how well your current and future people will be able to cope with stress, change, and unexpected events. Ultimately it will allow you to unleash the full resilience and potential of your organisation.