Tag: leadership

Dr. Hogan on Redefining Leadership

  Although it is one of the most researched topics in the world, the academic study of leadership has failed to produce any applicable results.

The Chain of Screaming

In season 3, episode 15, of the CBS sitcom “How I Met Your Mother,” one of the characters introduces the gang to a workplace phenomenon called the chain of screaming. I’ll let the video clip below do the heavy lifting, but it basically works like this: my boss’s boss screams at my boss, who in… Read more »

Ray Lewis Leads

  Three days after the Super Bowl XLVII dust has settled, the Twittersphere is still buzzing with predictable comments, including Beyonce’s wardrobe choice, the funniest commercials, and what caused the 30-minute blackout. Not surprisingly, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was not excluded from popular trending topics. As many are aware, Lewis ended his NFL career on… Read more »

What is Leadership?

Good leadership is critical for business success. Yet, few people agree on what constitutes good leadership. In this video, Dr. Robert Hogan outlines the four characteristics of good leaders.

Hogan to Speak at the Association of Test Publishers

Ryan Ross and Jocelyn Hays will present at the 2013 Innovations in Testing Conference in Ft. Lauderdale, February 3-6. The conference fosters innovation by showcasing the latest technologies and encouraging relationships among the diverse group of attendees.

Leadership Myths & Truths

Psychologist Dr. Robert Hogan, an international authority on personality assessment and leadership, contends that great leadership stems from the skills and personality of the leader, rather than the position itself. Hogan’s personality assessments are used by more than half of the Fortune 500 and his influence is felt in boardrooms around the world. While he is… Read more »

New Research Reveals Key Differences in Leadership Styles of Chinese and Western Managers

  In a recent book chapter, Hogan’s Jarrett Shalhoop and Michael Sanger explore the nature of Chinese leadership through the lens of personality and values and explain how these differ from leadership styles of three countries with large trade interests in China — the U.S., Germany and Australia. For organizations that must select managers for cross-cultural assignments, recognizing the… Read more »

Leadership Lessons from Schwarzkopf

  Leadership is a combination of strategy and character. If you must be without one, be without the strategy.