The Hogan Development Survey (HDS) describes the dark side of personality and concerns behavioural tendencies that are strengths under normal circumstances.
- When these behaviours are not being managed and/or are overused, they become problematic, often degrade leadership effectiveness and erode the quality of business and personal relationships. If these behaviour patterns are recognised, however, they can be compensated for through development and coaching.
- Organisations around the wold rely on the HDS to identify derailers that disrupt or interfere with effective performance.
The Hogan Development Survey (HDS) assesses 11 patterns of interpersonal behaviour that are most often seen during times of stress and heavy workloads. These behaviours are: excitable, sceptical, cautious, reserved, leisurely, bold, mischievous, colourful, imaginative, diligent and dutiful.
- These behaviours may impact on the individual’s ability to develop strong working relationships with others, hinder their productivity or limit their overall career potential. Once these behaviours have been recognised, we can provide coaching to help the person address them and compensate where necessary.