Author: Hogan Assessments

Attachment Styles in the Workplace

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.

Along with personality, attachment theory can help explain how we form relationships at work. Learn how the three attachment styles—secure, anxious, and avoidant—can affect everyday behavior among leaders and employees.

Entrepreneur or Organized Criminal?


What separates entrepreneur Jeff Bezos from notorious mob boss Al Capone? Personality assessment results shine some light on personality among organized criminals and entrepreneurs.

Why Leadership Development Is Broken

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Organizations are investing in leadership development programs, but the business impact and return on investment tend to be subpar. So what’s the problem? Why is leadership development broken, and how do we fix it?

Using 360-Degree Assessments with Personality for Leadership Development

A person wearing a gray suit with a red tie and white shirt leans against a table with arms crossed, smiling slightly at the camera. Behind the person is a wall with a grid of colored sticky notes. Two other people work on laptops at the table. The people are participating in a leadership development program using 360-degree assessments and personality assessments for leader development.

The best leadership development programs give leaders a snapshot of where they’re at now and a motion picture of where they need to develop in the future. Combining personality assessments with 360-degree assessments is the key to unlocking this panoramic perspective. Jayson Blair, a member of the Hogan Coaching Network, explains how.