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In today’s fast-paced and competitive business landscape, leaders in innovation constantly seek new ways to recruit top talent and enhance their workforce. There are only a small percentage that have so far embraced Human Design as the powerful new concept that it is in this arena. By incorporating elements of Human Design into the recruitment process, people development initiatives, and holistic wellbeing of its employees, leaders can tap into a goldmine of untapped brilliance within their organisation that reaps huge rewards in various ways. This article explores how leaders in innovation can leverage Human Design to attract the best people for specific roles and uncover hidden potential within their current workforce and keep their teams inspired, motivated and engaged.

Using Human Design in Recruitment:

1. The good old Curriculum Vitae (CV), is just that. Good and Old.  By incorporating elements of an individual’s Human Design, they will be able to highlight the key skills, attributes associated with their “Type” and profile and its significance to the prospective employer.  This can help to demonstrate their natural approach to work, decision making and energy management.

2. Strategy:

Including an individual’s specific strategy based on their Human Design type provides insights into their preferred modes of communication and work style. Employers can gauge how naturally an individual interacts with the world and makes decisions, ensuring alignment with the organisation’s culture and dynamics.

3. Highlighting Inner Authority:

Sharing information about their inner authority can help employers understand how individuals best make decisions and process information. This knowledge enables leaders to match an individual’s decision-making style with projects and tasks that capitalise on their strengths as well as being mindful of the team dynamics at play.

4. Human Design Profile:

A persons Human Design profile represents their role and purpose in life, and can shed light on an individual’s strengths, talents, and potential contributions within the workplace. Employers can align these profiles with organisational needs to create high-performing teams that are aligned with the individual’s life purpose, meaning role satisfaction is identified and met from the start.

5. Innate Skills:

Individuals can select significant centres or gates from their Human Design chart that align with their natural skills and qualities. By emphasising these, such as a defined Throat Centre can indicate strong communication skills by way of a simplified example.

6. Demonstrating Self-Awareness:

Including a Not-Self Theme in the CV reflects self-awareness and highlights an individual’s motivation to create a harmonious work environment. It may signal to employers that they strive for personal growth and contribute positively to team dynamics.

Beyond Recruitment: Uncovering Untapped Brilliance:

Whilst incorporating Human Design into the recruitment process is valuable, leaders in innovation can further leverage this knowledge within staff development initiatives. By conducting workshops or coaching sessions to help individuals explore their unique design, leaders can unlock untapped potential within their current workforce. Understanding employees’ Human Design can identify areas of growth, facilitate effective communication, and foster an inclusive and collaborative company culture. The Human Design will uncover elements of a persons innate brilliance that they may class as the norm, but to your organisation can be literally business altering.

In addition to its role in recruiting and staff development, Human Design also has the power to support holistic wellbeing in the workplace by tapping into individuals’ superpowers and life purpose. When employees have a deep understanding of their Human Design, they can align their work responsibilities with their innate talents and passions. This alignment not only enhances job satisfaction but also fosters a sense of fulfilment and purpose. By encouraging employees to explore and embrace their unique design, leaders can create an environment that nurtures personal growth, harnesses individual strengths, and promotes overall wellbeing. When employees feel connected to their life purpose and are able to utilise their superpowers in the workplace, they experience higher levels of engagement, productivity, and satisfaction, leading to a more harmonious and successful business.

Integrating aspects of Human Design into the recruitment process can revolutionise how leaders in innovation attract top talent, while also enabling them to tap into the existing brilliance within their organisation. By showcasing Human Design elements in CVs and expanding its use beyond recruitment into staff development programs, leaders stand to harness the power embedded within Human Design to create thriving workplaces where individuals are empowered to excel. As leaders embrace the endless possibilities that Human Design offers, they are better positioned to cultivate a future-ready organisation built on the unique contributions of each individual and foster holistic wellbeing in their work force. We are at the forefront of the Corporate Wellbeing Revolution. Are you brave enough to try something new? We are ready to stand with you if you are ready to take the first step. Please get in touch at