* This article originally appeared on Business Wire. A recent study conducted by Hogan Assessments Chief Science Officer, Dr. Ryne Sherman, shows that personal values were an even stronger predictor of support for President Donald Trump than political affiliation or ideology in the 2016 US presidential primary. The study examined data gathered from 1,825 individuals… Read more »
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VIDEO: Dr. Hogan Discusses the Importance of Values Values are the DNA of culture, and culture is incredibly stable over generations. That explains why parent-child voting preferences and religious preferences have correlated so strongly throughout human history. Values are what drive prejudice, and the clash of values is what has caused so much unrest and… Read more »
In this final installment in our FAQ series, the Hogan Research Department addresses questions on the Motives, Values, Preferences inventory (MVPI). Add your questions to the comments below.
Identifying personal values is the way to find meaning in your job. Hogan Consultant Jennifer Lowe discusses the importance of measuring values in personality assessment in this installment of Drinks with Hogan.
Global Alliances consultant Rebecca Callahan discusses the benefits of using Hogan’s suite of personality assessments together in our latest installment of Drinks with Hogan. Check it out.
What do Ron Johnson, Robert Nardelli, and Jack Griffin all have in common? All are smart, talented individuals who were hired to repair struggling companies and failed. Each shared a common thread: their ability to lead was undermined by a misalignment of values.
Like the Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) subscales, the MVPI subscales are a powerful tool to enhance the interpretation and application of the MVPI. In this webinar, Hogan’s Audrey Wallace discusses interpreting around MVPI subscales.