In our ebook 5 Things Keeping HR Up At Night, we identified succession planning as one of HR practitioners’ major concerns moving into 2014.
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An article published in Psychology of Women Quarterly provides another clue to why women are so grossly outnumbered by men in the upper ranks of corporate America: they don’t brag enough.
President Obama received a notorious honor at the end of 2013 — numerous Pinocchio votes for Lie of the Year: “If you like your health care plan, you can keep it . . . PERIOD.” It was uttered numerous times, but it was a promise impossible to keep.
The December 2013 edition of Talent Management magazine includes an article focused on mid-level managers – the characteristics that facilitate success in these critical, complex positions and how to best assess those characteristics. The article led me to thinking about middle children. (What can I say? On the Hogan Personality Inventory both my Inquisitive and… Read more »
Hiring managers live in the most technologically advanced age yet. We’ve gone digital – our complete work and life experience all neatly splayed out on LinkedIn and Facebook. So why has recruitment not progressed beyond the interview? In his latest blog for The Guardian, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic offers 4 reasons the digital age has yet to… Read more »
Hogan is pleased to announce the expansion of our global partner network to Poland. Assessment Systems Poland recently became our latest international distributor. In Poland, Assessment Systems currently supports clients in several major industries – pharmaceutical, telecommunication, FMC, energy and transportation. Assessment Systems Poland has a proven track record of creating strategic relationships with leading… Read more »
I can think of few more noble/worthy causes than breaking the cycle of poverty through improving childhood educational outcomes. Here in Oklahoma, much of that work is being done through an organization called Tulsa Educare, a research-based program that brings the best early childhood practices to underserved and at-risk populations. Tulsa Educare is the first… Read more »
Millions of people are plagued by low self-confidence. But in Confidence: Overcoming Low Self-Esteem, Insecurity, and Self-Doubt, personality expert Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic shows us that high confidence makes us less likeable, less employable, and less successful in the long run. He reveals the benefits of low confidence (including being more motivated and self-aware), teaches us… Read more »
Company Expands International Growth Into Japan, Providing Clients With Industry Leading Assessments