Tag: Scott Gregory

RELEVANT’S and Odgers Berndtson´s JAM SESSION in Frankfurt to Feature Robert Hogan and Scott Gregory

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RELEVANT Managementberatung and Odgers Berndtson will host a JAM SESSION on July 4 in Frankfurt featuring Hogan Assessments Chairman & President Dr. Robert Hogan and CEO Scott Gregory as speakers. The theme of the event is “New Leadership? Authentic in Turbulent Times,” and aims to provide an opportunity for all RELEVANT and Odgers customers, partners,… Read more »

Hogan Sponsors the MEA-ATP in Abu Dhabi

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The Middle East and Africa Association of Test Publishers (MEA-ATP) held their inaugural conference entitled “Education Technology in the Middle East and North Africa: Unlocking Student Potential,” in Abu Dhabi on January 28-30. As a gold sponsor, Hogan sent CEO Scott Gregory, Senior Consultant Darin Nei, and Director of Asia Pacific Business Development, Krista Pederson… Read more »

PCL to Host Dysfunctional Leadership Conference on November 14 in London

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*This post was authored by Gillian Hyde, Director at Psychological Consultancy Ltd. Destructive leadership can take many forms, from the specific counterproductive tendencies associated with an individual’s dark side profile to a simple failure to take on the responsibilities of a leader. Register for the Dysfunctional Leadership Conference to hear these themes explored by experts… Read more »

Our Assessments Don’t Discriminate, But Many Do

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Recent EEOC agreements with two major US companies have once again raised concerns about adverse impact resulting from personality assessment use in hiring. Just as every automobile, electrical appliance, or medicine can negatively impact people’s lives if manufactured poorly or used improperly, assessments can be poorly developed, haphazardly applied, or purposefully misused to negatively and… Read more »

The Most Common Type of Incompetent Leader

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This article was originally written by Scott Gregory for Harvard Business Review on March 30, 2018. A young friend recently remarked that the worst boss he ever had would provide him with feedback that always consisted of “You’re doing a great job.” But they both knew it wasn’t true — the organization was in disarray, turnover… Read more »