Carl Jung deserves a more prominent place in the study of psychology. Learn about why Jung matters to personality psychology.
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Strategic Leadership in VUCA Environments
Strategic leadership in VUCA environments means staying versatile when your plan doesn’t go as planned. Learn more about leader personality and VUCA.
Deion Sanders: A Case Study in Leadership
What are the leadership similarities between Colorado Buffaloes Head Coach Deion Sanders and Twitter CEO Elon Musk? Find out.
The 8 Personality Traits to Succeed in Cybersecurity
Our research found that eight personality traits are linked to success among cybersecurity professionals. Find out what they are.
How Change Fatigue Derails Teams
How can teams mitigate the risk of change fatigue and team derailment? And what can leaders do if their team has already derailed?
Embracing Inclusive Leadership in Vietnam
With high levels of gender diversity among its leaders, Vietnam is already on the path to inclusive leadership. Learn more.
What Thenamaris Learned by Using Personality Assessments
When Thenamaris discovered a need to strengthen talent development aboard its shipping vessels, the approach had to be grounded in science. Here’s what the shipping company learned from using Hogan’s personality assessments for leadership development at sea.
Why Freud Matters
Robert Hogan, PhD, our founder and president, explains why Freud matters to modern personality psychology using seven key ideas from Freudian theory.
Hope in the Year of the Rabbit: Resilience in China
Well-being in China is a concern for many organizations and their employees during this Year of the Rabbit. Understanding individual differences, especially resilience, will be key.
Using AI to Interpret Hogan Scores
GPTs might be capable of interpreting personality assessment results, but they are often incorrect. Read our statement on why you shouldn’t use AI systems to interpret Hogan scores.