Hogan Career describes how employees will act in various business circumstances, identifies their strengths and shortcomings, and provides detailed development tips to manage their careers. The report is designed to provide guidance for career development.
The Compass Report outlines the occupational significance of a person’s core values and provides effective career planning information. This values-driven report clarifies a person’s values, compares these values with various occupations and cultures, and describes the kind of people with whom the person will be comfortable to work and live.
The HBRI is designed to assess strategic and tactical reasoning ability. The Interpret Report presents scores in a graphical representation, interprets the business relevance of the scores, and describes how the scores interact.
Assessing managers reasoning and problem solving style
Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory (HBRI) evaluates a person’s ability to solve problems and make business-related decisions using textual, graphic, and quantitative data. Many psychologists believe that cognitive ability is the single best predictor of occupational performance and other important outcomes, including health, wealth, and life satisfaction. The HBRI is the first measure of reasoning ability based on a theory of intelligence and designed exclusively to predict real-world performance.
The HBRI is based on evolutionary psychology. Within this context, intelligence is a function of metarepresentational competence, the ability to reflect on one’s past actions, determine where the problems have occurred, and then devise methods to avoid repeating those problems in the future. Individual differences in this cognitive capacity enhance performance in every significant domain of human action.
Features & Benefits
Through an ongoing dedication to research and development, the HBRI is the only business-related
measure of cognitive ability with all these essential features:
• Designed to predict occupational success
• Distinguishes between tactical and strategic reasoning abilities
• Useful for candidate screening and career/leadership development
• Developed exclusively on working adults
• Norms based on managerial samples
• Validated against business success criteria
• Online administration by protected access
• Instantaneous scoring and reporting output
• User-friendly reports available for selection or development
Hogan Judgment provides an in-depth description of participants’ information processing style, decision making approach, decision-making style, reactions to feedback, and openness to feedback and coaching.
Involves being willing to acknowledge and fix bad decisions, and to learn from experience. Knowledge of one’s biases can, in principle, improve one’s decision-making and judgment. Judgment is a breakthrough market innovation that combines cognitive ability, bright- and dark-side personality, and values. The Judgment assessment measures the attributes that influence how an individual approaches decisions. The Judgment assessment consists of two brief measures related to verbal and numerical reasoning, three independent scales that assess non-cognitive attributes that influence how an individual approaches decisions, and an assessment of post-decision reactions. The Hogan Judgment Report provides a description of participants’ information-processing style, decision-making approach, decision-making style, reactions to feedback, openness to feedback and coaching. Armed with this powerful knowledge, participants can improve their decision-making and judgment.
How quickly you process complex information affects your decisions. Some people think in words and images, others in numbers and symbols.
How you approach threat avoidance vs. seeking rewards, thinking tactically vs. strategically, or relying on data vs. trusting your gut.
At some point, you’ll make a bad decision. What you do next will determine the course of your career, and perhaps your company.
The Manage Report is designed to help employees understand how their personality, motivations, and values impact managerial style. The report provides interpretation, tips and bias relating to six key elements of effective Management: Results, People, Process, Thought, Social and Data.
Matrigma is a classic cognitive ability test built on a modern and secure web platform. Measuring general mental ability, therefore gives insight to a person’s ability to; problem solve, plan ahead and draw logical conclusions. Used to help predict; job performance, job satisfaction, voluntary turnover and training performance as well as counter-productive work behaviours
Assessing general mental ability across languages and cultures.
Matrigma is a high quality psychometric tool that measures cognitive ability and is used to predict career success and job performance. Cognitive ability concerns, among other things, a person’s aptitude for accurate problem solving, logical reasoning, and the ability to grasp new information – capabilities that are increasingly needed in the world of work.
Matrigma is a modern and secure test consisting of non verbal matrix type problems. The test results will help predict behaviours such as critical reasoning skills, clear thinking, learning skills and sound decision making. With a high score on Matrigma candidates are often times rated as high performers at work. They are effective in dealing with complex job tasks, they require less attention from their supervisors, and they can handle a high pace at work.
Matrigma will make a measurable contribution to employee selection and recruitment. Whether testing is part of an organisational assessment strategy or if the tool is used on single occasions, Matrigma clarifies and pinpoints fundamental qualities of business related problem solving and demands that are faced on a daily basis.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Based on decades of research on cognitive ability and job performance
• The matrix problem type is one of the most powerful measures of cognitive ability
• Studies show that 7 out of 10 high performers have high scores on Matrigma
• Norm group gathered in selection processes
• High degree of test security through randomization of test forms and response alternatives
• Matrigma makes a unique contribution to a candidate assessment, since cognitive ability is
very hard to spot during an interview
• The system supports both proctored and un-proctored testing
• Primarily used as a tool for personnel selection
An Insight report is available for each Hogan personality assessment tool (MVPI, HPI & HDS) or can be purchased as a cost-effective bundle for all three. This report provides easy-to-understand insight and is often used to support employees in any job role.
Best Value for money when using HPI, HDS and MVPI
For decades, Hogan has helped organisations find and develop C-suite talent. The Insight Series is designed for the middle – the on-the-ground managers responsible for bridging top management with staff and delivering organisational results. The Insight Series provides organisations with scientifically validated information about an individual’s strengths, performance risks, and core values. Used as a feedback tool for selection or development, the easy-to-understand series gives emerging and mid-level managers the self-awareness needed to perform effectively. Based on Hogan’s trademark assessments, the three-part series includes reports derived from the Hogan Personality Inventory, Hogan Development Survey, and Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory.
Predicts every-day "bright-side" natural behaviour resulting from our normal personality. This report is often used for personality feedback to create self-awareness.
Predicting normal every day behaviour of an employee
Uses the Hogan Personality Inventory to determine how individuals manage stress, interact with others, approach work tasks, and solve problems
Predicts coping strategies that maybe used in various situations and relationships when under pressure or stressed. Over-use can lead to career derailment , under-use; you risk being passed over.
Predicting behaviour of an employee when under pressure or stress
Uses the Hogan Development Survey to pinpoint behaviors that emerge during times of stress that can cause damaged relationships and derailed careers
Identifies, motivational drivers that generate satisfaction, engagement and preferred working climate. This report is often used to create self-awareness around why we do things, who we are, what we enjoy and what we are indifferent to.
Identifying motivational drivers that generate satisfaction
Uses the Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory to detail an individual’s core values – the goals and interests that determine satisfaction and drive careers
The Flash Report is designed for Hogan certified professionals to support feedback preparation. It summarises data results for main and sub scales across the three main Hogan assessment tools (MVPI, HPI and HDS). You can order these reports for each individual assessment or as a bundle of all three.
Supportive feedback preparation