Can People Really Change? Practical Advice for Leadership Development

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Can People Really Change? Practical Advice for Leadership Development

What's Covered

Nearly all leadership development programs target individual growth and the development of soft skills, such as emotional intelligence, influencing skills, relationship management, etc., with 63% of organizations using executive coaching to support leader growth. But efforts to develop soft skills, which are based in personality, are hard to quantify, study, and measure, making ROI difficult to calculate.

This begs an important question that we get from clients every day: Can you really change your personality? If so, how much and for how long? What strategies or interventions work best? And what’s the cost? Hogan’s Jackie VanBroekhoven Sahm, director of global learning and development, and RyneSherman, PhD, chief science officer, will answer these questions and share practical advice for leadership development professionals.

We can’t wait to see you there! If you’re excited as we are and want to get a head start on learning about this topic, check out our blog,“How Stable Is Personality?”

Hogan Assessments

Hogan Assessments is the international leader in personality insights. With the world’s largest database of personality research and decades’ worth of experience in psychometrics, Hogan produces valid, reliable personality assessments that measure everyday strengths, potential shortcomings, and values and motivators. More than 75% of the Fortune 500 rely on Hogan’s suite of talent acquisition and development solutions for their people strategy. Hogan’s solutions empower organizations to hire the right people without bias, boost productivity, reduce turnover, promote diversity and inclusion, identify high - potential talent, develop leaders, and inspire employees to do their best.

Can People Really Change? Practical Advice for Leadership Development
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