Per February 2016, Roos Hijner is associated as partner with the HR Trend Institute.
Tom Haak, Founder of the HR Trend Institute commented: “The HR Trend Institute is focusing on detecting and sharing innovative HR practices that can help to increase the impact of HR. We are very glad Roos Hijner is now connected to the institute. She will be able to add an additional perspective, and she will strengthen our connections to new generations. “
Roos Hijner: “As Proust put it rightfully so, the real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. To be connected to the HR professionals of the Institute, and together have an impact on organizations, truly makes my heart sing.”
Roos Hijner is a rising star in HR. She holds a master’s degree in Occupational Health Psychology; her thesis “Leadership and Burn Out” continuously proves to be an interesting read – and won’t be the last. She has worked for several years in different industries (e.g. recruitment & selection, advisory and learning & development) to build her experience in the field. With an everlasting energy she will find and implement new ways to bring out the best in people, (re)connect teams and support leadership in taking the right direction.
Roos is currently teaching and inspiring young HR professionals at the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht in The Netherlands (HU).
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The HR Trend Institute detects, follows and encourages smart and creative use of trends in the field of people and organisations, and also in adjacent areas.
Tom has a keen interest in organisations and service providers that use trends in a creative and innovative way. He advices organisations on how to get more focus in their HR interventions and how use trends to increase the impact of HR.
He can be followed on Twitter (@tomwhaak and @hrtrendinst) and on Instagram @tomwhaak.
The HR Trend Institute also has a Pinterest page.
Tom Haak can conduct inspiring presentations and workshops about trends in HR and how organisations can benefit. The HR Trend Institute can also conduct the HR Trend Scan.