Hogan challenged decades of academic tradition and criticism to become the first to demonstrate personality’s impact on organizational success, pioneering the use of personality assessment to improve workplace performance.For years, Hogan Assessment Systems (HAS) has provided selection and development services to organizations worldwide. Their measurement tools are the result of 30 years of development, refinement,and validation. These tools help to ensure that your employee selection and development procedures will promote a thriving and effective organization.
Seven-People Systems is accredited to use Hogan Suite of Assessments for various applications including Talent Acquisition& Talent Development.
Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI)
The Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) is a measure of normal personality. It is designed primarily for use in personnel selection, individualized assessment, development, and career-related decision making. It provides information regarding what we call the“bright side” of personality–characteristics that appear in social interaction and that facilitate or inhibit a person’s ability to get along with others and to achieve his or her goals.
The Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI)
The Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI) is designed to serve two important goals. First, the MVPI permits an evaluation of the fit between an individual and the organizational culture. Second, the MVPI helps people understand their interests,motives, and drivers.The MVPI assesses the things that individuals enjoy and that indicate what kinds of jobs,work, and environments they will find most satisfying.
The Hogan Development Survey (HDS)
The Hogan Development Survey (HDS) is designed to assess eleven common dysfunctional dispositions. These dispositions: (a) are caused by people’s distorted beliefs about how others will treat them; and (b) negatively influence people’s careers,relationships, and life satisfactions.The HDS assesses blind spots, or risk factors, that are counterproductive, inhibit interpersonal relationships, and hinder one’s ability to build and lead a team.