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VIDEO: The Hogan High Potential Talent Report

Postat de la 28 Feb, 2019 in categoria Abilitati

Over the years, we’ve discovered growing enthusiasm for identifying leadership potential, since talented leaders drive success. Unfortunately, many organizations make a critical mistake at the very beginning of the process – they don’t define potential in a way that leads to the selection of strong leaders.

We’re excited to announce that we’ve established a new strategic partnership with the International Coach Federation (ICF) as an assessment provider for the organization.

The partnership will combine the market-leading strengths of each organization and place Hogan in front of 24,000-plus ICF members in more than 130 countries while providing ICF with the predictive power of Hogan’s assessment suite developed over 30 years of experience with data from millions of global leaders.

The Millennial Complex

Postat de la 27 Oct, 2015 in categoria Abilitati

Millennials are hard to understand and are often categorized by their generational stereotypes of laziness, entitlement, and materialistic. As generations work together, they tend to disagree on how the professional world operates.

We outline how similar Millennials are to other generations and explain why based on Hogan research. Additionally, this ebook provides three suitable ideas to help improve employee engagement across the generations.

Unlocking the Door to Talent

Postat de la 17 Oct, 2015 in categoria Abilitati

Competencies are the key to talent. Whether you are looking for a new job or a promotion, employers will try to evaluate how well your talents fit with a given role. But what competencies are employers looking for today, and how do they measure them? We ouline how Hogan can ensure that companies acquire the right people for their workplace with Hogan Configure. It is a three-step process that helps employers compare candidates.

What does it take to be a good leader? One reason that’s such a perennial question is because it’s so hard to answer. Many of our opinions about leadership are based on subjective experiences rather than the full breadth of psychological research in the field. We may think we know what qualities we value in those who lead us—and why—but companies and entire countries keep pushing less than stellar leaders into positions of power. How come?

Our habits define us. But how true is this for our digital habits? Are we the same online as offline? In the early days of the internet, it was probably safe to assume that our online behaviours did not reveal much about our real-world personas. This notion was popularised by the “on the internet, nobody knows you’re dog” caption of a famous New Yorker cartoon.

Our fascination with talent goes back a long way. Homer described the  qualities of  his  heroes with a precision not reached by today’s profiling experts. For instance, Odysseus was brave, clever, quick-witted, and at times too focused on himself. In China, the Han Dynasty introduced an Imperial Examination for evaluating expertise, fit, and moral integrity for government jobs, much like modern assessment centers do today. And for at least 100 years the U.S. and European military pioneered the  use  of  psychological tests to predict the performance of soldiers and generals, as well as their propensity to remain sane during combat. More recently, computer- generated algorithms have been used to match people to the right job in areas as diverse as sports, education, and business.

Fascinatia noastra pentru talent a existat de foarte mult timp in istorie. Homer isi descria eroii cu o precizie greu de atins de catre expertii care scriu astazi profile de personalitate. De exemplu, Odysseus era curajos, destept, ager si uneori prea centrat pe sine. In China, Dinastia Han a introdus un examen imperial de evaluare a expertizei, a compatibilitatii si integritatii morale pentru functiile guvernamentale, examen similar cu centrele de evaluare de astazi. In ultima suta de ani, organizatiile militare din Statele Unite si Europa au facut pionierat in privinta utilizarii testelor psihologice pentru a prezice performanta soldatilor si generalilor, precum si probabilitatea de a-si pastra luciditatea si sanatatea mentala pe parcursul confruntarilor armate. Mai rencent, au fost utilizati algoritmi generati de calculator pentru stabilirea compatibilitatii anumitor oameni pe post in diverse domenii precum sport, educatie, business.

Mai sunt Competentele la Moda?

Postat de la 25 May, 2015 in categoria Abilitati, Personalitate, Selectie

Au trecut mai bine de 40 de ani de cand David McClelland a propus pentru prima data ideea ca cea mai buna abordare pentru a prezice performanta intr-un post viitor este concentrarea asupra competentelor si mai putin asupra inteligentei. Aceasta critica a miscarii IQ se baza pe un fapt bine documentat si anume ca performanta anterioara este cel mai bun predictor al performantei viitoare. Daca vrei sa stii cum va conduce cineva un autobuz, argumenteaza McClelland, aplica-i candidatului un test de sofat, nu-i da un test de inteligenta.

Are Competencies Still Alive?

Postat de la 25 May, 2015 in categoria Abilitati, Personalitate, Selectie

It has been more than 40 years since psychologist David McClelland contended that a person’s past performance, rather than IQ, is a better predictor of future occupational success. This idea prompted HR professionals to focus on creating competency-based job descriptions that helped identify the best candidates. Although McClelland’s insights helped revolutionize the HR industry, they aren’t as relevant in today’s workplace. Here’s why:

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