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Hogan Interview – by Skye Trubov

*This article was originally published for The Association for British Psychology.   Has your empathy and compassion ever led to anxiety about what others think of you? Has your competitive nature ever made enemies? Has your persuasiveness ever led to manipulation? We all possess dark side traits which may have helped us achieve success in… Read more »

When Leaders Are Hired for Talent but Fired for Not Fitting In

This article was co-authored by Hogan CEO Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Russell Reynolds Associates CEO Clarke Murphy, and originally appeared in Harvard Business Review. Over and over again, organizations are unable to appoint the right leaders. According to academic estimates, the baseline for effective corporate leadership is merely 30%, while in politics, approval ratings oscillate between… Read more »

Emergence versus Effectiveness

There is an old adage that cream always rises to the top. In talent management, that means people who are fit to lead an organization will rise to the corner office on their own. Although many organizations operate this way, the truth is that the best leaders rarely end up in the corner office, which… Read more »

Hogan to Feature Two Speakers at 2017 ATP Conference

Hogan representatives Dave Winsborough, VP of Innovation and head of Hogan X, and Blaine Gaddis, Sr. Manager of Product Research, will both present at this year’s ATP Innovations in Testing Conference in Scottsdale, AZ next week. The conference, which brings assessment industry professionals together, provides a venue for attendees to learn from and collaborate. Winsborough… Read more »

Infographic: There’s a Leadership Crisis Developing

Before organizations can identify and develop high-potential employees, they have to define potential in a manner that works across all departments and job levels. And, in attempting to do so, many organizations end up with a complex concept of potential that satisfies no one. The Hogan High Potential Model is based on Leadership Foundations, Leadership… Read more »

Charisma Is Clogging Up Your Leadership Pipeline

When it comes to who we want to work for, everyone thinks they want the same thing: a charismatic leader whose engaging personality and sweeping oratory inspires his or her followers to greatness, like every coach in every sports movie ever made, ever. Including this one by Al Pacino in Any Given Sunday.