Identifying personal values is the way to find meaning in your job. Hogan Consultant Jennifer Lowe discusses the importance of measuring values in personality assessment in this installment of Drinks with Hogan.
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Shantell Martin, a British artist based in New York City, recently completed a large-scale art project at our new global headquarters in downtown Tulsa. Her work, featured at high-profile venues such as Viacom’s Times Square headquarters, Intel, and Columbia University, is described as a meditation of lines; a language of characters, creatures, and messages… Read more »
Our personalities define us. They’re the sum of what we think, feel, and do in different situations. They’re what make us unique. After about a century of research, personality psychologists now have a good grasp of what distinguishes one personality type from another—things like how extroverted, emotionally stable, ambitious, or inquisitive we are relative to… Read more »
Hogan CEO Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic will facilitate a Harvard Business Review webinar at 12 p.m. (ET) on Thursday, November 5. In this webinar, “Big Data, Big Talent: New Human Capital Management Tools,” Tomas will discuss how new forms of data can help companies identify, hire, and retain key talent.
It is just over 100 years since Sigmund Freud’s polemical claim that narcissism is not only a normal, but also an ubiquitous, personality trait. “Loving oneself,” he argued, is the “libidinal complement to the egoism of the instinct of self-preservation”. In other words, we have evolved as selfish animals because our self-love is part… Read more »
There’s more to identifying talent than looking at a resume or seeing how someone performs in an interview. Hogan Consultant Darin Nei discusses the finer points of using personality assessment to identify talent in this installment of Drinks with Hogan.
Most people love the idea that authenticity is a key ingredient of effective leadership. They also can’t understand the popularity of Donald Trump, the most authentic politician in the world right now. This creates a considerable cognitive dissonance: are authentic leadership theories wrong, or is The Donald destined to be the greatest president of… Read more »
For the past two decades, Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic has researched and written about charisma and confidence in all types of leaders from business to politics and the creative industries. There are four general qualities that make for more effective leadership:
Feeling distracted? Suffering from information overload? You’ve probably heard more than once that you need to “get in the zone” and stop juggling so many thoughts at once. To cope with it all, some people try social media sabbaticals, digital detoxes, or spiritual retreats. Others try yoga, mindfulness, and meditation. The assumption, at any rate,… Read more »
For the third consecutive year, Hogan has partnered with leading global executive search firm Odgers Berndtson as the exclusive assessment provider for its CEO x 1 Day program.