The benefits of leadership development are many. If you don’t have an integrated strategy for developing leaders already, Hogan Coach Margaret Butteriss explains how you can start one.
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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.
Your organization likely uses metrics to drive a variety of important business functions, but what about leadership development? Professional coach James M. Fico, PhD, explains the benefits of metrics-driven leadership development programs and highlights one key metric your organization shouldn’t overlook: team performance.
Can you change your personality? The answer is complicated — but it has profound implications for leadership development initiatives and the organizational results they produce.
For the past five years, Russell Reynolds Associates and Hogan have worked together to produce a multitude of innovative solutions designed to drive C-suite performance, both at the individual and team levels.
The personality of your CEO might be impacting your company’s bottom line. Find out how.
This is an insightful story about how the power of multiple datapoints come together in a lesson of complementary work styles. Be sure to tune in to our collaborative webinar on this topic on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, beginning at 12:00 p.m. ET.
The values that drive our decisions are the most intimate part of personality. When we speak of values, we do not refer to universal moral principles, such as integrity, respect, or solidarity, but more specific qualities that are shaped by culture, upbringing, and more.
Derailers are important because they are the habitual behavioral patterns that can get in our way. Typically operating below the level of conscious awareness, these behaviors are often easy to ignore. But when overused, they hinder performance. Coaching people to learn to work with derailers and manage stress can be a gateway into new understanding… Read more »
Some personality traits can pose risks to companies’ success. These traits, which Hogan calls derailers, tend to arise when people are stressed, fatigued, or bored (that is, when we do not exercise self-control). These are the most challenging elements of personality to work with, and they are the most damaging to our careers. Because crises… Read more »