November 6, 2007
How well does your spouse know you? What about your coworkers or boss? For many people, the surprising answer is better than they know themselves.
“We have examined thousands of sets of 360° data,” said Dr. Blaine Gaddis, senior manager of product research at Hogan. “Most datasets show the same pattern: people tend to rate themselves favorably across the board, but their employees, peers, and employers tend to have a different view.”
This lack of self-awareness can ruin your reputation and damage your career. Our complimentary ebook examines the difference between identity and reputation and gives practical advice for aligning the two.