Reflect™ by GMAC, Powered by Hogan, a self-assessment and development tool that evaluates personal and professional soft skills imperative in today’s workplace, was named a Top HR Product of 2013 by Human Resource Executive® magazine. GMAC and Hogan were honored with this distinction on Monday, October 7, 2013, at the 16th Annual HR Technology Conference… Read more »
Strategic self-awareness starts with a clear understanding of your assessment results. In this short video, Hogan’s consultants give viewers a basic understanding of personality and what to expect during their Hogan feedback.
It’s difficult to find time to read every new piece of rersearch that could impact the I/O field. However, to be effective, it is important to stay up to date on current research. To help, the Hogan Research Division collects and summarizes important articles every quarter. Click on the authors’ names for more information about… Read more »
Dr. Robert Hogan dedicated his career to uncovering how personality factors influence leadership effectiveness and predict job performance. In this video, he discusses personality theory and assessment, identity vs. reputation, and faking.
In the workplace, one rotten apple can spoil the whole bunch, especially when the bad apple is in a leadership position. Passive-aggressive leaders create toxic work cultures that reward compliance and punish dissent or criticism, even if it is constructive.
For decades, Hogan has helped organizations find and develop C-suite talent. Now, we’re excited to introduce a report series designed for the middle – the on-the-ground managers responsible for bridging top management with staff and delivering organizational results.
Do Creative People Make Good Leaders?
Companies have spent millions of dollars designing complicated competency models, fruitless training programs, and elaborate perks to select, develop, and retain their middle managers. But when you boil it down, only three things really matter:
As a leader in personality assessment, we’ve been studying this stuff for decades (really, ask us anything). We know cognitive ability is only a partial predictor of career success. In most jobs, it’s EQ, the ability to identify and manage your own and others’ emotions, that really matters. People skills determine success, and individuals who… Read more »