Believe Me, Folks

Build_TrustWith both candidates scoring record unfavorable ratings, the next president faces an uphill battle to earn the public’s trust in office.

“Believe me.” For anyone who’s been following the election, this is a familiar phrase. According to an article in the Boston Globe, presidential candidate Donald Trump used that phrase more than 30 times (at a rate 56 times higher than his opponents) during the Republican primary debates, and has continued to lean on it moving into the general election, even managing to pepper it into his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention. Fitting, considering Politifact, a non-profit political fact checking website, rated only 14% of his claims on the campaign trail to be true or mostly true.

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Leadership Lessons from Muhammad Ali

Professional sports often illustrate important psychological and life principles, even for the world of business. Traditionally, discussions on leadership tend to focus on team sports, but occasionally individual athletes emerge who can teach us a great deal about leadership, too. Here are some lessons from the extraordinary Muhammad Ali:

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Drinks with Hogan: How Can Hogan Help My Organization?

Christopher Duffy, Global Solutions Partner, answers this question in today’s Drinks with Hogan by discussing Hogan’s proprietary personality assessments, understanding and use of strategic self-awareness, the return on investment, and harnessing personality characteristics to achieve success for the individual and the organization.

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