Tag: Hogan Assessments

8 Personality Types: A Deeper Look at Congenials

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It has been almost a month since we revealed the eight most common personality types found via the Hogan suite of assessments. We have already taken an in-depth look at Rebels, Marketers, and Proletarians. This week, we continue our dive into these personality types by closely examining the personality profile of Congenials. Congenials make up… Read more »

Using Hogan Assessments to Explore Team Culture and Unconscious Bias

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*This is a guest post authored by David Biggs, PhD, of Advanced People Strategies. I have always been fascinated with teams and their impact on organizations. My most recent work in this area has been using the Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI), Hogan Development Survey (HDS), and Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI) from Hogan Assessments. HPI – Measures… Read more »

Dr. Robert Hogan Receives RHR International Award for Excellence in Consulting Psychology

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We’re excited to announce that our very own Dr. Robert Hogan was given the 2020 RHR International Award for Excellence in Consulting Psychology at the Society of Consulting Psychology (SCP) annual conference on February 8 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The award is granted to individuals who epitomize the standards of excellence that RHR and the SCP… Read more »

8 Personality Types: A Deeper Look at Proletarians

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Three weeks ago we revealed the eight most common personality types found via the Hogan suite of assessments. We have already taken an in-depth look at Rebels and Marketers. This week, we continue our dive into these personality types by closely examining the personality profile of Proletarians. Proletarians make up approximately 14% of the working… Read more »

Natural Language Processing at Hogan

Natural language processing

The amount of text data we send out in the world is staggering. On average, there are 500 million tweets sent per day, 23 billion text messages, and 306.4 billion emails. Everything we say, every email we send, and every word on our resumes can be used to not only understand the world around us,… Read more »

8 Personality Types: A Deeper Look at Marketers

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Two weeks ago, we revealed the eight most common personality types found in the Hogan suite of assessments. Last week we took an in-depth look at the first personality type, Rebels. This week we continue our dive into these personality types by closely examining the personality profile of Marketers. Marketers make up approximately 18% of… Read more »

8 Personality Types: A Deeper Look at Rebels

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Last week we revealed the eight most common personality types found in the Hogan suite of assessments. Starting this week, and in the following weeks, we will take a deeper look at these eight profiles. This week we take a deep look at the personality profile of Rebels. Rebels makeup approximately 8% of the working… Read more »

Engaging a Multi-Generational Workforce

Multi-generational workforce

*This is a guest post authored by Lynne Cruickshank, senior consultant at Peter Berry Consultancy (PBC).  A clear link has been established between how leadership drives engagement, which in turn drives performance. However, one of the challenges that leaders face is how to engage a multi-generational workforce that consists of people who differ in their… Read more »

Hogan’s Krista Pederson Tours Indonesia with Experd Consulting

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Hogan’s distributor in Indonesia, Experd Consulting, welcomed Krista Pederson, director of Asia Pacific business development at Hogan, to Jakarta. While she was there, the group visited the University of Indonesia’s psychology department, where Krista alongside Emilia Jakob, Experd’s vice president, taught a class on “Hogan Personality Assessments and Cross-Cultural Leadership” at a department-wide event.  Afterward,… Read more »

8 Common Personality Types

Personality Types

When discussing personality, it’s common to hear people refer to themselves or others as “Type A” or “Type B.” Or, for those who have taken the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, acronyms like ISTJ or ENTP or INFP are so commonplace they frequently show up in online dating profiles. At Hogan, we’ve historically steered away from labeling… Read more »