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HOGAN Assessments

Hogan Assessments Systems helps businesses succeed by offering the right solutions for hiring the right people, developing key talent, and evaluating leadership potential.
Drs. Joyce and Robert Hogan challenged decades of academic tradition and criticism to become the first to demonstrate personality’s impact on organizational 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. For more information, visit the Hogan Assessments Systems Website:

About Hogan

The international authority in personality assessment, Hogan Assessments Systems has more than three decades of experience dramatically reducing turnover and increasing productivity by helping businesses hire the right people, develop key talent, and evaluate leadership potential.

Grounded in more than a century of science and backed by the largest and most complete pool of research in the industry, the Hogan assessments predict job performance by assessing normal personality, derailment characteristics, core values, and cognitive reasoning ability. Hogan’s portfolio of employee selection, development and leadership tools allow companies to better manage their most valuable assets – their people.
Their research is credited for highlighting the importance of personality profiling in increasing organizational effectiveness and job performance and is based on the Five Factor Model. The HPI measures an individual’s strengths and focuses on their day to day behaviors that may predict job performance and occupational success and helps to establish the most suitable environment where the individual concerned may progress. The Hogan Development Survey (HDS) explores aspects of reputation which can derail leadership success. Using the MVPI, individuals can pinpoint their key areas of motivation, rooted in their values and can ultimately determine their fit (or even misfit) with an organizations culture.