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07.05.2009

Hogan newsletter April/May'09

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Hogan Launches New Brand Initiative
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Hogan recently unveiled a sweeping transformation of its corporate identity and product line up. Hogan’s new charismatic brand is a representation of the company’s innovative ideas and masterfully-designed products and services.

In recent years, Hogan has experienced substantial international and domestic growth by creating ground-breaking assessments, expanding our report offerings, and advancing our technology platform. The brand identity not only reflects these milestones, but also identifies with the charisma and personality of the Hogan name.

We're excited to enter this phase of our continued growth, and will be working closely with our partners and distributors as we make this branding transition over the next several months.

To visit the new website, click here.


Hogan Announces Solution to Identify
High Potential Leaders
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Based on research from a global sample of more than a thousand executive MBA program graduates, the High Potential Candidate Assessment Report allows companies to identify top candidates in relation to specific business competencies.

Requiring less than an hour for completion, the High Potential Report provides a turnkey solution to leadership candidate selection. The candidate registers online, completes the assessments, and the detailed report is emailed to the hiring manager within seconds of completion.

To learn more about the High Potential Report, click here.


Management Derailment:
Personality Assessment and Mitigation
The base rate of managerial incompetence is about fifty percent, and every competent study of managerial failure points to overriding personality defects as the key issue. These personality derailers undermine a leader's ability to build and maintain a high functioning team.

Bad management can be minimized through selection, development, and managing job transitions carefully. If organizations observe the principles of good management, including how they manage their managers, then they are more profitable. When organizations ignore the principles of good management, they are less profitable, and they subject their employees to unnecessary stress and abuse.


To read the full chapter to appear in the American Psychological Association Handbook of Industrial and Organizational Psychology by Robert Hogan, Joyce Hogan, and Rob Kaiser, click here.

Industrial-Organizational Psychology:
Making Its Way Into Corporate Decision Making
Greg Barnett of Hogan Assessment Systems is featured in the following article from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).

As business organizations struggle in today’s troubled economy, which has led to declining revenues, weakened customer bases, layoffs, operational cutbacks, and other drastic measures, many firms are relying on industrial-organizational psychologists to help them navigate through difficult times and position themselves for better days ahead.

To read the full text of the article, click here.

Hogan Presentations: SIOP 2009


Upcoming Hogan Certification Workshops

Hogan Assessment Certification Workshop

Workshop Location: Georgia Tech Global Learning Center, Atlanta, GA

Dates: Tuesday, May 12 and Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

Hogan Assessment Certification Workshop

Workshop Location: Georgia Tech Global Learning Center, Atlanta, GA

Dates: Tuesday, July 14 and Wednesday, July 15, 2009 Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Hogan Advanced Workshop - Using the Leadership Forecast Series for Development*

Workshop Location: Georgia Tech Global Learning Center, Atlanta, GA

Dates: September 15 and September 16, 2009

Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

*As a prerequisite for the Hogan Advanced Workshops, participants must have successfully completed the Hogan Assessment Certification Workshop.

For more information, please contact Kelly Thomas at kthomas@hoganassessments.com.


Hogan: Out and About

2009 NPRA National Safety Conference May 12-13, 2009 Grapevine, TX

2009 ASTD International Conference and Exposition May 31-June 3, 2009
 Washington, DC

2009 State Human Resource Conference and Exposition May 31 - June 2, 2009 
Oklahoma City, OK 
Ryan Ross, Director of Alliances and Partners, will speak on the topic of Flawed Leadership and Using Assessments for Recruiting and Selection.


The Perils of Accentuating the Positive
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HoganPress is pleased to announce the publication of The Perils of Accentuating the Positive, the latest book from Robert B. Kaiser of Kaplan Devries, Inc.

This groundbreaking new work assembles a dream team of thought leaders in the field of management development to critically evaluate admonishments from “gurus” to managers to stop dwelling on their weaknesses and instead focus on their strengths. The book includes ten chapters that draw on decades of research and years of experience coaching, consulting, and conducting development programs for managers and executives.

For more information or to order, click here.


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