Developed specifically for the business community, the Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) predicts the ability to get along and get ahead, determining success in careers, relationships, education, and life.
- Organisations around the work rely on the Hogan Personality Inventory to provide insight into how people will work, how they will lead, and how successful they will be in their careers.
- The HPI describes people’s bright-side or normal personality – the way they behave when they are at their best. Bright-side personality predicts people’s strengths and shortcomings, work behaviour, and leadership style.
The Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) contains seven primary scales, one validity scale and six occupational scales.
- The seven primary scales are adjustment, ambition, sociability, interpersonal sensitivity, prudence, inquisitiveness and learning approach.
- The six occupational scales are service orientation, stress tolerance, reliability, clerical potential, sales potential and managerial potential.