One of Hogan’s three cognitive tests, the Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory (HBRI) describes reasoning style – the ability to evaluate sets of data, make decisions, solve problems, and avoid repeating past mistakes. By assessing reasoning style, you can identify candidates’ problem-solving style, understand their capacity, and identify areas for development.
How You Think
The first measure of reasoning ability designed to predict real-world performance in a business setting, the HBRI evaluates two kinds of problem solving: (1) qualitative reasoning, which involves working with data visualization, logic, and verbal information to solve problems, and (2) quantitative reasoning, which involves working with mathematical and spatial information to solve problems.
Personality data + cognitive data = the perfect assessment
Evaluate both qualitative and quantitative reasoning
See how participants handle different types of information
Helps predict workplace outcomes
Determine if a candidate is suited to solve job-related problems
Use for multiple applications
For selection and leadership development
25- to 30-minute average completion time
Give participants a positive assessment experience