Reserved: High Reserved people are the lone wolves of the office. At work, they are independent and strong, but their indifference to others’ feelings impacts their ability to work in a team, and makes for some awkward moments in the
At their best, high Colorful people are the life of the party. To them, the world is a stage, and they are the leading role. They are also a real distraction in the office — often too busy showing off
Dutiful: High Dutiful people are the consummate “yes” men. They tend to be likeable and eager to please, but often promise more than they can deliver. In conflicts, they tend to side with superiors rather than their employees.
Cautious: At their worst, high Cautious people are terrified of rejection or failure. Although they are unlikely to make careless mistakes, their refusal to offer an opinion or take a risk can really hold up progress.
A lecture given by Professor Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic at the Hogan Summit 2013 held at the Hurlingham Club in conjunction with Mentis Consulting. This talk focuses on Emotional intelligence in the human capital era.
A brief look at how the Hogan Team Report can maximize your team’s performance.