Leaders who cultivate characteristics of hardiness within their organizations have teams that are better able to adapt to stress and adversity, less likely to suffer from burnout and are more resilient to change.
The Hardiness Resilience Gauge (HRG) measures cognitive, emotional and behavioral characteristics within individuals and teams. Increased hardiness is also positively correlated to the amount of effort people put in at work, their level of job satisfaction and their commitment to the organization.
The Hardiness Resilience Gauge™ (HRG) is grounded in over 30 years of research and development and provides valuable insight into an individual’s level of hardiness and their ability to cope with stressful and unexpected situations. The HRG is a scientifically rigorous tool that demonstrates exceptional reliability and validity.
The HRG focuses on the three C’s – Challenge, Control, and Commitment. The three C’s of Hardiness represent the key qualities that people high in hardiness possess. They believe they have control over the events they experience. They commit to seeing the world as meaningful and interesting, and they view challenges and change as growth opportunities.
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