Hogan Personality Assessments

Hogan Assessments lead the world in personality assessments and leadership development. With products and services in 56 countries and 47 languages, what began as a small startup has evolved into the industry leader serving more than half of the Fortune 500.  Advanced People Strategies are authorised distributors of Hogan Assessments in the UK and offer the full range of Hogan Reports and Hogan Certification courses


To be able to buy and interpret Hogan reports you will need the Hogan Certification Workshop under your belt, which is a 2 day workshop operating in London, Daventry, Manchester, Edinburgh and Belfast.  Once you are Hogan Certified you will be able to log in and order your Hogan reports 24/7 via MyAccount.  


The Science of Personality

Drs. Joyce and Robert Hogan challenged decades of academic tradition and criticism to become the first to demonstrate personality’s impact on organisational effectiveness. Founded in 1987, Hogan pioneered the use of personality assessment to improve workplace performance.
Hogan’s flagship assessment, the Hogan Personality Inventory, was the first measure of normal personality designed specifically for the business community, and the Hogan Development Survey was the first assessment to identify performance risks outside the standard model of personality.
Twenty-five years later, Hogan is committed to the same spirit of innovation and attention to science that helped us grow from a four-employee test publisher to one of the most successful and well-regarded assessment providers in the world.

We predict performance

When it comes to predicting future performance, only three things matter: whether you can do the job, whether you will like the job, and what will get in your way. Personality assessment provides accurate, objective answers that predict your future performance.

  1. Can you do the job?  Career success depends on more than the right set of technical skills. Employers are looking for competence and ambition – or the ability to get stuff done. Normal personality describes how you work, how you relate to your peers, and how you will lead. 
  2. Will you like the job?  Even if you can do the job, will you be happy doing it? Being happy at your job is about finding the right fit. Values – your core goals, interests, and drivers – determine in what type of job, position, and environment you will be the most happy and productive.
  3. What will get in your way?  On the way to the top, the line between strength and weakness isn’t always clear. The same strengths that helped launch your career can become debilitating derailers under the pressure of the corner office. Understanding your derailers can help you recognise performance risks and build the self-awareness you need to succeed.

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