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.
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Robert Hogan, PhD, our founder and president, explains why Freud matters to modern personality psychology using seven key ideas from Freudian theory.
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.
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.
The impact of AI on the future of personality assessment and communication will likely be positive—and extensive. Join the conversation.
The Dark Triad refers to narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy. But those aren’t all the dark-side personality characteristics. What are the others?
Why are ethics in workplace assessments so important? For starters, ethical considerations are a matter of trust, honesty, and respect. Learn more here.
Hogan is heading to SIOP 2023, where many employees will present on the latest in industrial-organizational psychology and personality. Learn where to find us at the conference.
You can’t avoid AI in psychology, coaching, or consulting, but you can learn to partner with it. Find out how.
How can Hogan practitioners help developing leaders with overcoming feedback resistance? Learn how to guide leaders to receptivity.