High Potential Candidates:
Identified by Competencies
The Hogan High Potential Candidate Assessment Report allows companies to identify top candidates in relation to specific business competencies. It looks at the relationship between personality and job requirements, as well as job suitability of the candidate. The High Potential Report is based on research from a global sample of more than a thousand executive MBA program graduates. This sample group represents one of the highest-level talent pools ever used to create a profile of high-potential leadership.
The report’s competency profile aids key leadership selection by comparing candidates on business, leadership, interpersonal and intrapersonal competencies. The report provides hiring process support through a detailed interview guide that presents competency-related questions to assist with hiring top leaders.
Requiring less than an hour for completion, the High Potential Report provides a turnkey solution to leadership candidate selection. The candidate registers online, completes the assessments, and the detailed report is emailed to the hiring
manager within seconds of completion.
The report summarizes the candidate's assessment results from the following:
Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) The HPI is a measure of normal personality and is used to predict employee performance—what we see when people are at their best.
Hogan Development Survey (HDS) The HDS identifies personality-based performance risks and derailers of interpersonal behavior—what we see when people are stressed.
Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI) The MVPI is a personality inventory that reveals a person's core values, goals and interests — reveals what a person desires and strives to attain.