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Humility has been a hot topic at Hogan in 2018, and that won’t be changing anytime in the near future. However, many of those familiar with Hogan are probably curious what that means in relation to Hogan scales, and what we look for to identify humble leaders. Although we are… Read More

Ed Sheeran Is Not Lorde: The Fungibility Fallacy

If you went to a concert to see Lorde and instead Ed Sheeran emerged on stage, you might be pleased to see him, but disappointed because Ed Sheeran is not Lorde and is never going to do the version of Green Light you thought you’d be watching. The fact that Ed Sheeran is not… Read More

PBC’S NEW MELBOURNE OFFICE

PBC will be opening its doors to a brand new Melbourne office situated in the heart of Melbourne CBD, October 2017. Mark Do, Director will be heading up the Melbourne office, with the support of Senior Analyst Jaja Luo.  Mark specialises in taking an evidence-based approach in designing and delivering leadership development, talent management and… Read More

Self-Awareness in the Age of Individualism

Academics and businesspeople agree that self-awareness is a key aspect of improving performance. Studies show that without it, people tend to be closed-off to feedback, difficult to coach, overestimate capabilities, and ultimately struggle to build and maintain high performing teams. Conversely, awareness of one’s own behavioral tendencies facilitates leadership effectiveness. As it’s generally… Read More

Podcast: Hogan CEO discusses his new book

Too often, HR practitioners and talent management experts rely on intuition when it comes to identifying and developing key talent, even when armed with an overwhelming amount of data and objective tools that contradict their instincts. The problem is that the data they ignore is right in almost every case.… Read More

Hogan: Proof Our Science Helps Your Bottom Line

There is nothing that affects an organization’s bottom line more than hiring and developing the wrong employees. In fact, a recent Huffington Post article concluded that an employee making $60,000 annually will cost his or her company between $30,000 and $45,000 to hire and onboard a replacement. That’s an incredible… Read More

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