Hogan Candidate Summary Report
The Candidate Summary Report is a self-guided interpretation of individual strengths, values, and challenges. The report is a snapshot of interpersonal performance, organizational fit, and a primer for performance improvement and shifts in behavior.
- Who will find this report helpful? The report will be helpful for anyone wanting to improve leadership potential. It explores the implications of personality and motivation on leadership effectiveness. The three assessments look at usual tendencies (HPI), tendencies when stressed and fatigued (HDS), and energy/motivations (MVPI).
- Do I need to be Hogan certified to purchase the assessment? No
- How long does it take to complete the assessment? 20 minutes for each assessment HPI, MVPI, HDS
- When can I access the report? Immediately
- Is feedback required? No
- Can I customize the report? No
- How much does it cost? $150
- Can I purchase the assessment now? YES Click here to Purchase Now!
Assessments Used: HPI, HDS & MVPI
The Hogan Personality Inventory was developed in the 1980s in the context of socio-analytic theory. Within this model, getting along with and getting ahead of others are seen as the dominant themes in social life. The HPI captures key behavioral tendencies relevant to these life themes and are based on the five-factor model of personality. The HPI is comprised of seven primary scales, six occupational scales, and 42 subscales. Introduced in 1997, the HDS is the only personality assessment that identifies critical blind spots that lead to career derailment. When the pressure’s on, the line between strength and weakness isn’t always clear — drive becomes ruthless ambition, attention to detail becomes micromanaging. The dark side of personality derails careers and companies, but it doesn’t have to. Organizations around the world rely on the HDS to identify derailers that disrupt or interfere with effective performance.
The Hogan Development Survey is a proven assessment tool that uses 11 personality scales and 33 subscales to help leaders recognize shortcomings, maximize strengths, and build successful teams.
The Motive Values Preferences Inventory consists of 10 primary scales, which are further divided into five subscales or item themes. The MVPI item themes provide additional interpretive power by categorizing individuals’ responses to the questions that compose each MVPI scale.
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