The two-day Hogan Assessment Advanced Interpretation Workshop will provide in-depth instruction on how to create configural interpretations of Hogan data.
Participants will increase their ability to evaluate and interpret Hogan profiles across all three Hogan Assessments and learn how the three data sets impact, buffer, and nuance each other. These interpretations are an effective foundation for development planning, executive coaching and working with high potential employees.
St. James’s Square is a tranquil garden square in London’s West End, ideally placed between Pall Mall and Piccadilly. The impressive Grade II listed property at 33 St James’s Square, London SW1, which was designed by the renowned architect Robert Adam and built in the 1770s, has been meticulously restored to provide office space of the very highest standard. The interiors benefit from an abundance of original period features including ornate coving, elaborate fireplaces and beautiful chandeliers.
33 St James's Square