Author: Hogan Assessments

CEO Behavior

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CEO personality can lead to major corporate blunders. Materialism and rule breaking are two types of CEO behavior that can tacitly foster an environment of the same. So, what should organizations do?

Personality of Elite Athletes

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Success for elite athletes isn’t just a physical feat. Here’s what we learned about the personality of elite athletes when roughly 600 football players in the ’21 and ’22 NFL draft classes completed our personality tests.

Personality and Role Replacement

The logo for The Science of Personality podcast, which discusses the personality of elite athletes in episode 45. Specifically, the podcast episode discusses personality test data Hogan collected from the 2021 and 2022 draft classes of NFL football players. This article covers what Hogan found about football players’ personalities.

When a role becomes vacant, we usually strive to replace the person, not the personality. But is that really the most equitable and efficient way to tackle role replacement, particularly employee replacement? Learn more.

The Superstar Effect

The logo for The Science of Personality podcast, which discusses the personality of elite athletes in episode 45. Specifically, the podcast episode discusses personality test data Hogan collected from the 2021 and 2022 draft classes of NFL football players. This article covers what Hogan found about football players’ personalities.

The presence of a superstar impacts the performance of other people around them—often in a negative way. This is known as the superstar effect. When integrating superstars into teams, defining the competition is key.