I asked myself why there is no easily accessible way to get to know myself more intensively and to adapt my working world accordingly. In my career, methods with a great effect have helped me to assess myself and find out how I would like to work professionally. I worked intensively on tools from psychology and from my professional context to “new work” and I would like to pass on what has helped. In particular, to give people earlier or even access to such tools. Because from my experience it is difficult to get access and either involves a lot of research, the right network or strong financial resources. Hi ID simplifies that. So everyone can get to know themselves more intensively at any time, any place and with simple resources. The knowledge about yourself is the basis for finding out how you want to work. That’s why I founded Hi ID.
What is Hi ID for?
Hi ID exists so that we can shape the future of work with more identity. Starting with everyone contributing their own identity to work in order to make the work system more human. That is why Hi ID supports individuals in designing their own working system according to their own identity, in order to have a good feeling at work over a long term.
A future in which people align the system of work according to their own needs and not according to profit. A future in which everyone is himself or herself at work and brings in his or her potential. A future in which everyone knows themselves more intensively and builds their own working world according to their own ideas.
It is important that we humans re-align the work system for ourselves so that it does not “overwhelm” us. Bringing out human skills in symbiosis with robotics and automation. Less performance society, more targeted use of competencies. Endure more doing nothing because I’m okay with myself. Know me and therefore consciously design my working system to suit me.
With Hi ID, I want to offer as many people as possible access to tools – to get to know yourself more intensively and to design a suitable and meaningful work – with low access barriers. Encourage more people to take their own working system into their own hands – not to be guided – and to consciously create the right working system.