Leadership is complex and multi-dimensional. Hogan’s Leader Focus Report aims to simplify and provide insight into six leadership dimensions that influence leadership style and effectiveness. These dimensions affect what a leader will focus on, how he or she will define success, what behaviors will be rewarded and punished on their teams, and how a leader manages self, career, and relationships.
Featuring the foremost minds in personality psychology and business, The Science of Personality explores what personality is, how it affects our lives and the lives of those around us, and the impact of personality psychology and assessment on leadership and organizational success.
A short introduction to the Hogan summit 2013.
Some of the largest and most successful companies in the world use Hogan’s employee development solutions to get the most from their employees, and to make sure their employees get the most out of their careers.
Mischievous: At their worst, high Mischievous people are the silver-tongued devils of the office. They tend to be charming, but manipulative. They like to play it fast and loose, but are quick to throw others under the bus when something goes wrong.
The Hogan EQ Report provides organisations with a scientifically validated tool to measure emotional intelligence. Based on the Hogan Personality Inventory and Hogan Development Survey, the easy-to-understand report provides an overall EQ score, as well as scores and feedback for six emotional competencies.
A lecture given by Professor Adrian Furnham at the the Hogan Summit 2013 held at the Hurlingham Club in conjunction with Mentis Consulting. This talk is titled “What it takes: The dark side and ascending the greasy pole of business
A lecture given by Dr Robert Hogan at the Hogan Summit 2013 held at the Hurlingham Club in conjunction with Mentis Consulting. This talk focuses on good judgement and decision making.
A case study presented by Elizabeth Edwards at the the Hogan Summit 2013 held at the Hurlingham Club in conjunction with Mentis Consulting. This case study focuses on the use of Hogan assessments at Twining OVO.
Skeptical: High Skeptical people tend to be cynical and suspicious. Although excellent at navigating company politics, they are convinced their coworkers are talking about them behind their back, and they are always ready to retaliate for any perceived injustice.