Some people who appear to have leadership potential are often not effective leaders; conversely, many effective employees are overlooked for promotion because they do not self-promote enough to get noticed. The Hogan High Potential (HIPO) model simplifies the process of finding talented people who can be developed, and who then will go on to achieve positive business outcomes.
The 2015-2016 Business Outcome Report highlights the diversity of Hogan’s research archive – from professional athletes to physician executives – we continue to study unique jobs from a variety of industries across the world.
This report for 2015 and 2016 includes 12 case studies that demonstrate the impact of Hogan’s assessments on key performance indicators. These studies examine multiple outcomes and include a range of jobs, organisations, and industries.
We are excited to announce the new Hogan High Potential Talent Report, an individual development solution that helps grow your high-potential talent into your future leaders.
The Hogan High Potential Talent Report helps leaders and organisations identify a person’s natural leadership style. This report is intended to help emergent leaders become more effective, and help effective leaders become more emergent.
The goal is to identify performance areas where focus and attention can be profitably directed in order to maximise leadership potential. This report closes the skills gap between what your organisation requires in a leader and the talent availability in the pipeline.
We are pleased to introduce an aesthetic update of our flagship product, the Hogan Leadership Forecast Series. This report gives leaders a clear understanding of performance capabilities, challenges, and core drivers. The design update provides an improved user and practitioner experience with a clean and clear approach that underscores the scientifically validated content you expect from Hogan.
The first documentary to explore the world of personality psychology. Personality affects the way we relate to the world and the people in it, how we work, who we love, and how other people see us. Although the study of personality is centuries old, our ability to understand and control such a complex and abstract concept is relatively new in the context of history.