More about the Hogan Assessment

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The Hogan Assessment is a tool designed to help leaders recognize shortcomings and maximize strengths in both the normal day to day and during times of stress.  It gets at not just how you see yourself but how others might see you – the difference between intention and perception.  It gives you insight into your natural leadership tendencies and allows a rich conversation around the impact of those tendencies in various situations. The tool can be used throughout the life cycle of an individual’s development and career. No matter what level you are within an organization, the assessment data can help you improve your workplace performance (how you approach work and working with others to get the desired outcomes).

 

The Hogan Assessment has three detailed reports designed to help leaders.

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  • Potential Report – Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI)
  • Challenge Report – Hogan Development Survey (HDS)
  • Values Report – Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI)

The Potential Report is designed to tell you how you typically approach work and interaction with others – the personality component.  The Challenge Report tells you what types of tendencies could derail performance throughout your career –  those tendencies that could get in your way as a leader typically during times of stress.  (The Challenge Report is the only report of its kind.)  The Values Report tells you what motivates and drives you.  Together they work to give you knowledge about your intentions and how you may actually be perceived that may help you realize your full potential.

The Hogan Assessment is particularly meaningful in helping to increase your self-awareness, appreciate your strengths, learn to anticipate those tendencies that could be derailers, and gauge the kind of work environment that may be the best fit for you.  Over two meetings, an executive coach will help you understand and interpret the data that is presented in these reports.

Purchase the Hogan Assessment and Two Executive Coach Meetings