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HOGAN ASSESSMENTS  Leadership Forecast Series


Includes four development-focused reports. Based on Hogan’s trademark assessments, the Hogan Personality Inventory, Hogan Development Survey, and Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory, each report offers information regarding the characteristics, competencies, and values that underlie how a leader approaches work, leadership, and interaction with others in the workplace. Show more >>

360 Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI)


Based on decades of research, across hundreds of roles and organizations, the Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI) model describes 12 competencies that differentiate outstanding from average performers. Although all of the ESCI competencies are important, Leaders may not need to master all of them, in order to be successful. They may draw on different competencies, depending on their strengths, preferences, and the needs of the people and situations you work them. Show more >>


The Conflict Dynamics Profile (CDP)


The Conflict Dynamics Profile (CDP), an assessment instrument measuring conflict behaviors, is an excellent resource to increase self-awareness and improve conflict management skills. The CDP is unlike any other assessment tool in that it focuses specifically on conflict behaviors, rather than styles. It helps individuals and teams understand how they respond to conflict, what triggers can escalate conflict, and how to manage conflict more effectively.

Two versions of the instrument—the CDP-Individual (CDP-I) and CDP-360— emphasize an action-oriented approach which leads to real improvement. A thorough Development Guide provides information and tips for coping with conflict and building strong interpersonal relationships. Show more >>

The Change Style Indicator (CSI)


Change Style Indicator is a leadership assessment designed to measure an individual’s preferred style in approaching and addressing change. It provides leaders of all levels with insights on personal preferences for managing through change and provides context for how those around them might perceive and respond to their preferred style. Show more >>

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