The Hogan® Development Survey (HDS)
The HDS provides insight regarding eleven “derailment” tendencies that, when incited by stress, pressure, or boredom, are capable of impeding work relationships, adversely impacting leadership style, hindering productivity, and limiting overall career potential and effectiveness. 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.
In summary, the HDS:
- Predicts Occupational Success
- Assesses Behavioral Tendencies That Can Be Barriers or De-railers to Executive Success
- A Web Based Assessment
- 15 to 20 Minute Completion Time
- Designed for the Purpose of Selection
- 300K Job Candidates Tested
- High Test-Retest Reliability
- Validated in Over 400 Validity Studies
Competencies Measured Include:
|Emotional Volatility||Sensitivity to Criticism|
|Tardy Decision Making||Aloof/Uncommunicative|
|Hard to Please||Eager to Please|
|Skepticism/Cynicism||Resistant to Change|
|Indifference to Other||Arrogance/Inflated Self Opinion|
Edwards is certified in the application and interpretation of the HDS.
For more information about the Hogan® assessments, please visit www.hoganassessments.com.