Hogan’s scientific foundation and commitment to research distinguishes us from the competition. Each year, Hogan and our affiliates publish works that contribute to the knowledge and development of Hogan assessments and the field of personality and psychology. These publications build the Hogan brand and allow us to better serve our clients worldwide.
It may be the secret of our of success or the root of all evil, but the dark side of our personality fundamentally shapes who we are as leaders. The latest issue of Talent Quarterly focuses on how this dark side can create brilliant success or tragic failure. The world-class lineup of authors in this… Read more »
We’re pleased to announce our 2016 certification schedule. The Hogan Assessment Certification Workshop and Advanced Interpretation Workshop are tailored for executive coaches, HR directors or generalists, organizational development or training professionals, and industrial/organizational psychologists looking to become certified in the administration, interpretation, and implementation of Hogan assessments.
We’re excited to announce that Dave Winsborough has joined the Hogan team as Vice President of Innovation.
Dr. Joyce Hogan’s business philosophy was simple: get stuff done. It’s because of this approach that our organization experiences continued success year after year. In honor of Joyce’s legacy, we’re proud to announce that this year’s recipient of the Joyce Hogan GSD Award, an annual award given to the Hogan employee who most closely embodies… Read more »
In an article on Elite Daily, Hogan CEO Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic explains how the significance of music — and its relation to personality — revolves around three important factors:
Conventional wisdom says on-the-job training that focuses on education, equipment, and protocol leads to safer employees. While this line of thought has certainly lowered the number of workplace injuries, it tends to ignore research that shows that a worker’s personality and behavior play key roles in creating a culture of safety.
In this final installment in our FAQ series, the Hogan Research Department addresses questions on the Motives, Values, Preferences inventory (MVPI). Add your questions to the comments below.
What are the characteristics that define outstanding physician leaders? A yearlong collaborative study of more than 100 physician executives conducted by Hogan Assessments, executive search firm Witt/Kieffer and Providence Health & Services found that certain qualities can actually predict strong performance.
This installment of our FAQ blog series focuses on the Hogan Development Survey where our Hogan Research Department answers questions on derailing tendencies. Add your questions to the comments.