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EQ in the Healthcare Industry

Patient safety is a major concern for the medical industry. Although hospitals have advanced systems to monitor and improve patient safety, they largely ignore one of the largest drivers of patient safety: emotional intelligence.

Drinks with Hogan | Bad Managers

  In the sixth installment of our video series, Drinks with Hogan, Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Hogan’s vice president of research and innovation, and HR iconoclast William Tincup discuss what to do with bad managers.

Mile High Certification Workshop

This workshop provides a comprehensive tutorial on three Hogan inventories – Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI); Hogan Development Survey (HDS); and Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI). Participants attending both days and successfully completing the workshop will be certified to use the Hogan inventories.

SIOP 2014 Symposium: From Leader’s Personality to Employee Engagement

  Extensive research highlights the importance of work engagement – employees’ morale and involvement with work – as determinant of individual and organizational performance. Large-scale studies show that engagement is positively correlated with a wide range of important business outcomes, such as organizational commitment, citizenship, innovation, and team performance, and negatively correlated with turnover intentions,… Read more »

SIOP 2014 Symposium: A Critical Review of Mechanical Turk as a Research Tool

  As the pace of innovation increases, so does the need to test innovations to determine their worth.  Items enhancing quality of life are widely adopted.  For example, software such as SAS and SPSS allow us to instantly run analyses that would have previously taken days or weeks.  More recently, online data collection has replaced… Read more »

SIOP 2014 Symposium: The Emergence of Abusive Supervisors. What Makes Them Mean?

  The discipline of leadership is highly romanticized (Meindl, 1985). In particular, the popular press sensationalizes leaders by assigning them heroic qualities and crediting them with herculean feats of success. Common observation, however, suggests great people are almost always bad people (Acton, 1887) and that power is abused with surprising regularity (Kellerman, 2004). A relatively… Read more »