Why are so many people quitting their jobs? According to Hogan’s Erin Crane, PhD, burnout and empowerment are the two major causes of the Big Quit, or Great Resignation. Read more.
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How Working from Home Has Changed Employees and the Workplace
Before COVID-19, working from home was a fringe benefit, and fully remote workers were a minority. Now, it’s the norm. Here are some tips for employees and employers to make the most of the pros and cons of remote work.
One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Successful Coaching Initiatives
Strategic self-awareness is central to talent development coaching, the topic of our October 21 webinar.
On Fire or Fizzling Out: Who Is at Risk for Burnout?
The COVID-19 pandemic has made employee burnout more prevalent than ever. Learn more about how organizations and employees can prevent burnout in the workplace.
How to Grow Employee Engagement
Wondering how to grow employee engagement? Using personality tests can ensure that your company’s employee engagement initiatives are successful.
The Importance of Staff Development During an Economic Downturn
To say that these are interesting times that we are living in is an understatement.
Over the past couple of weeks, we have seen panic-buying at supermarkets; a rout on global stock markets; racism and bigotry rearing their ugly heads; all coupled with a disturbing lack of leadership by many of our global leaders during trying and uncertain times.
It has been said that “People can deal with bad news better than they can deal with uncertainty." I agree with this, and believe that during times of uncertainty – such as the current COVID-19 pandemic – the role of effective leadership becomes even more critical.Read More »
How Times of Crisis and Uncertainty Can Help You Spot High Potential
In any company, few things are more important than having a strong pipeline of high-performing leaders. In this new COVID-19 era, leadership teams everywhere are now faced with making critical decisions in an environment that changes hourly. Leaders from every size of organization are required to exercise judgment in unprecedented scenarios.
At Hogan, we have long researched the personality characteristics of effective leaders in the midst of high-pressure situations. We have also closely studied the identification of high-potential talent, or talent that has the ability to build and lead teams that can consistently outperform. This is a unique moment in time to identify high potentials (HIPOs) and next-generation leaders. Such moments of crisis often provide incredible opportunities for HIPOs to be identified, as the demands for high-risk and high-visibility decisions increase.Read More »