HR 2025 Competency Assessment
How T-shaped are you?
How T-shaped are you?
Yes! In fact, that’s exactly what the assessment has been designed for. If you’re looking to get an aggregate overview of the skills gap of your HR team, please get in touch with Cas van Andel via [email protected] or book some time on his calendar via this link.
Data-driven consists of two dimensions. Data literacy involves reading and applying data, metrics, and KPIs, and analytics translation is about translating analytics insights into actions.
The proficient performer continuously turns data into value-adding information through diagnostic analysis based on different data sources.
An example is a business partner who looks at both HR and business data prior to their one-on-one with a line manager to provide actionable recommendations and identify where HR can bring most value.
Business acumen refers to the ability to translate the organization’s purpose, mission, goals, and business context into strategy, positioning HR policies and activities to best serve the organization’s interests.
HR professionals who have business acumen understand the global context of work and the internal organizational dynamics. We call this process context interpretation. They understand the end customer and align HR policies with them to optimize delivered value. They are also co-creators of HR and business strategy.
It is the ability to leverage technology to increase efficiency and to drive HR and business value. Digital integration has three dimensions: technological awareness, technology embedding, and digital culture building.
Skilled digital integrators know the technology that is out there and embed relevant technology in the business to make existing processes more efficient and drive HR impact. They are also digital culture builders, both in HR and in the business. A digital culture emphasizes automation, smart working, and is more adaptable and able to integrate technology quicker.
People advocacy includes the dimensions that are more traditionally associated with HR, such as culture building, people practices, workplace champion, and communication expert.
A proficient professional is trusted by employees and managers, is able to build a high-performance organizational culture, spots conflicts and is able to resolve them, champions diversity and inclusion, and is able to do all of this effectively as they are a skilled communicator.
That’s easy! Anyone committed to their personal development can expand their knowledge and expertise across the four most essential HR competencies.
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Even though we have spent a lot of time building and validating this assessment, it is still a pilot version. The more data we collect, the more reliable the scores will become. Now that you’ve filled out the assessment, we’ll make sure to keep you up-to-date on the further development.