Dr. Hogan is an international authority on personality assessment, leadership, and organizational effectiveness. His theory-based work in personality measurement has contributed to the development of socioanalytic theory, which maintains that the core of personality is based on evolutionary adaptations. He is widely credited with demonstrating how personality factors influence organizational effectiveness in a variety of areas, ranging from organizational climate and leadership to selection and effective team performance. As an iconoclastic observer of American psychology, Dr. Hogan maintains that personality is best examined from the perspective of the observer (reputation) rather than the actor (a person's identity). As a consequence, he asserts that personality tools should be evaluated in terms of how well reputations (defined by personality tests) predict behavior on the job and in relationships. Dr. Hogan is the author of more than 300 journal articles, chapters and books including Personality and the Fate of Organizations (2006). His recent author, co-author, and editing credits also include: The Hogan Guide (2007), Personality: Theories and Applications (2008), The Handbook of Personality Psychology (1997), The Perils of Accentuating the Positive (2009), the Hogan Personality Inventory, the Hogan Development Survey, the Motives Values and Preferences Inventory, and the Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory. Dr. Hogan received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, specializing in personality assessment. He served as McFarlin Professor and chair of the Department of Psychology at The University of Tulsa for 17 years. Prior to that, Dr. Hogan was professor of Psychology and Social Relations at The Johns Hopkins University. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
Professor Furnham is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society, is author of over 87 number of books and considered among the most productive psychologists in the world. He is on the editorial board of a number of international journals and consultant to major international companies in top team development, performance management systems and leadership derailment. He still writes regularly for the Sunday Times and the Daily Telegraph and is a regular contributor for the BBC, CNN, and ITV. Previously nominated by HR magazine as one of the 20 Most Influential People in HR.
Annemie draws on her experience as Global HR Director at Skype, Global Head of People Innovation at eBay, Senior HR Director at eBay & PayPal Europe, and previous roles as Head of HR at The International Petroleum Exchange and her time at PepsiCo.
Annemie applies a her innovation approach to all the areas that she has a proven track-record of delivery in, which include:
Dr. Darin Nei is a Senior Consultant with Hogan's Global Alliances team where he oversees assessment usage in Europe, Middle East, and Africa. He works closely with international consulting partners to deliver science-based solutions and ensure assessment quality across a variety of cultures. Darin is also responsible for providing training on Hogan products and implementation best practices in the use of Hogan. Darin also serves as a Master trainer of Hogan Level 1 and 2 certification courses. Prior to joining the Global Alliances Team, Darin helped build Hogan's Independent Consulting network which spans North America and contains over 700 practitioners working with clients of all sizes. Before his time at Hogan, Darin was with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration where he was involved in fatigue research with airline crew and maintenance. He has also consulted and conducted research for the U.S. Department of Defense. Darin holds a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Oklahoma where he performed research on team and organizational dynamics, turnover, and occupational health psychology.
Founder and Managing Director of Advanced People Strategies - Distributor for Hogan Assessment Systems UK. Chris has
experience of designing and delivering assesment and development programmes from entry level to senior and executive leaders.
He has delivered client programmes across Europe, USA, South America and the Middle East. Chris has supported a number of senior Executive Leadership programmes and initiatives at various business management schools. Designed for vocational management training that leads to recognised vocational qualifications. His team support senior leader global assessments, team analysis and provides Hogan Certification training.
Melvyn has extensive experience in people leadership and business management, gained from a successful career with FTSE 100 and private companies. This brings practical insight and strategic organisational development solutions to clients' situations. Melvyn delivers the Hogan Assessments certification workshop and Emotional Intelligence certification to International Occupational Psychologist Consultancies, Executive Coaches, Human Resources and Learning and Development professionals. He also provides international assessment services and Executive level coaching. Melvyn also develops and delivers senior and executive team sessions to increase effectiveness and is a lead facilitator for our Masterclass programs.
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Drawing on her experience as Global HR Director at Skype, Global Head of People Innovation and HR Director at eBay, PayPal Europe, Head of HR at The International Petroleum Exchange and work at PepsiCo, Annemie will explore challenges facing the next generation of leaders and the critical skill and mindset needed for progressive organisations. Are leaders sufficiently active or reactive? Do they Innovate or Stagnate? Can they Change or be Changed?
Founder and President of Hogan Assessment Systems, Robert Hogan explores the reality of why personality matters, why we should care and the impact it can have on the fate of organisations. The session will link personality with the "Leadership Value Chain" and how it delivers real engagement and business unit performance.
Author of 80 books and as Director Applied Psychology Unit, University College London, Adrian will look at Leadership transition failure on the road to the C-Suite, why and how they screw up, how "Dark-side" derailment can change with Level and areas to consider for effective talent reviews along the way.
Many organisations are disappointment with the organisational impact of leaders that have gone through emerging leader or high potential programmes. As the Senior Consultant with Hogan's Global Alliances team, Darin will explore High Potential Leadership failure, characteristics that predict leadership success and how to measure them in order to identify real leadership talent for the future.