The Hogan 360 benchmarks one’s scores on each competency against other managers, and highlights strengths and opportunities for development. This comprehensive feedback creates the opportunity for strategic self-awareness and professional growth.
The behavioural measures associated with emotional intelligence are a key component of the Hogan 360. Our research shows that exceptional managers exhibit characteristics that indicate strong EQ behavioural competencies, such as strong people skills and a positive, enthusiastic attitude. They also receive high scores on business competencies, meaning that they are knowledgeable, experienced, and hardworking. In terms of employability, high-scoring leaders are rewarding to work with, competent, and willing to work hard. In contrast, managers who receive poor 360 results lack well-developed people skills and struggle with communication. Ultimately, reputation boils down to the ability to build and maintain relationships.