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2015 Workshop Schedule

Even the most advanced assessment tools won’t do any good if you don’t know how to use them. 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… Read more »

Hogan Has An App

Are you looking for any easy way to sharpen your interpretation of the Hogan Personality Inventory? There’s an app for that. Now available for iOS and Android tablet devices, Hogan Pick 2 HPI allows you to easily interpret the high or low score implications of any two HPI scores by tapping LOW or HIGH for… Read more »

The Rocket Model: Teaching Teams How to Win

Results are the what of teamwork, whereas the seven components of the Rocket Model© are the how of teamwork. The relationship between Results and the components of the Rocket Model© is not perfect—some teams do well when they shouldn’t and vice versa. For example, a team may be dysfunctional but have great products or face… Read more »

The Rocket Model: Team Morale and Conflict

Morale can be defined as a group or team’s cohesiveness or esprit de corps. Strong emotional ties, close relationships, and high levels of trust between members are the mark of high Morale. Members of high Morale teams often say they would do anything for their teammates; in some cases (combat teams or firefighting crews), members… Read more »

Meet ‘That Guy’

You’ve seen him around the office, he’s made sure of it. He’s the boaster, the big timer, the guy who never seems to mind tooting his own horn. Some call it hubris, but are you really going to question God’s gift to business?

The Rocket Model: Team Power

Team power can be defined as the quantity and quality of resources available to a team. Resources include facilities, office space, computers, telecommunication systems, specialized equipment, software systems, budgets, and the level of authority granted to teams. Executive leadership teams often have many resources and wide discretion in decision-making—for example, the authority to spend billions… Read more »