Hogan Development Survey (HDS)
What tendencies could derail this individual’s career or performance?
How does this person respond to stress, pressure or boredom?
The HDS provides insight regarding eleven “derailment” tendencies. Under normal circumstances these characteristics may actually be strengths however, when an individual is tired, pressured, bored or otherwise distracted, these risk factors may impede effectiveness and erode the quality of relationships with customers and colleagues.
The HDS concerns characteristics not covered by the Five-Factor Model. From a broad selection standpoint, the HDS is often a component of validated processes used to screen candidates into leadership and/or sensitive, individual contributor positions.
From a development standpoint, the HDS is uniquely capable of helping individuals proactively identify “dark side” tendencies (often over-used strengths) capable of negatively impacting their performance -- insight that can be used as a basis for goal setting and seeking accountability.
Whether you are implementing organisational assessment processes or enhancing your executives’ development, the HDS reports can help you identify the fundamental factors that distinguish personalities and determine career success.
Features and benefits
Designed to predict barriers to a successful career
Identifies problematic aspects of behaviour that are hard to detect during an interview
Concerns characteristics not covered by the Five-Factor Model
User-friendly reports available for employee selection or development
Identifies career derailing tendencies so they can be addressed and coached
Developed exclusively on working adults
Normed on over 45,000 working managers
Validated in over 50 Fortune 500 organisations
No invasive or intrusive items
Is not a medical exam – not clinically oriented
No adverse impact
Online administration by protected access
Test items and reports available in multiple languages
Instantaneous scoring and reporting output