Get to know the people who make us
These are the stories of people who make up Hike One - a vibrant, youthful culture with creative problem solvers. Challenge seekers, who are proud to be nerds in the design field. Unique individuals with a strong sense of community.
We are designers, yet we see ourselves as so much more. We come from all walks of life. We are engineers, explorers, entrepreneurs, teachers, researchers, illustrators, musicians, thrill-seekers and above all else friends.
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What makes Hike One so special in your eyes?
One of the first things that comes to mind is Holacracy because at Hike One you are given room to grow, responsibility and trust. I find that unique to Holacracy. At Hike One it works like this: we‘ll tell you what we want to achieve but at the same time we trust that you have your own understanding and that you’ll take responsibility. I just love that. We are also very young in spirit. So, if you want to try something new or do something different then you won’t be shot down or told no. Instead, you will get suggestions and ideas on the best ways to tackle it.
What do you think Hike has added to your career at the moment?
Work experience and internal training opportunities, expertise in other words. We have master classes and guidance at Hike One, with a personal development budget. I think that is awesome. People with more experience can help less experienced colleagues, whether by master classes or mentoring sessions. I find my colleagues inspiring and can really identify with and learn from them.
Do you have any tips for future colleagues?
A tip I was given was to ask all the questions you can think of. Ask your colleagues for help when you need it. There are many colleagues that would already have done what you are doing now or they can simply think along with you. That can be very helpful to make progress and then you will become skilled in no-time. That is one of the best things about having great colleagues, you truly get something out of it.