Hogan Tests

Hogan's series of tests include the following three psychological tests which can be offered combined or separately.

  • Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI)
  • Motives Values and Preference (MVPI)
  • Hogan Development Survey (HDS)

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All Hogan Tests

Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI)

The HPI is designed to assess personal qualities that promote success in work, in relationships, in education and training, and in life. More information

Hogan Development Survey (HDS)

The HDS measures eleven patterns of interpersonal behavior that tend to appear when a person is stressed, tired, or distracted. More information

Motives, Values and Preferences Inventory (MVPI)

Values, preferences, and interests are all motivational concepts: they differ primarily in terms of their generality—values are the broadest and abstract kind of motive, and interests are the most narrow and specific kind of motive. These motivational concepts tell us about a person's desires and plans, and they explain the long-term themes and tendencies in a person's life. More information

The Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory (HBRI)

The HBRI evaluates peoples' ability to solve different business related problems, and these solutions then drive decision making.

Hogan's Personality Inventory (HPI)

The Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) has a successful 25 year track record in predicting employee performance and assisting companies improve bottom-line business results such as reducing turnover, absenteeism, shrinkage, and poor customer service. The HPI was developed specifically for the business community and, through an ongoing program of research and development, the HPI continues to be one of the leading instruments in the industry. Learn More

Hogan Development Survey (HDS)

The Hogan Development Survey (HDS) assesses 11 common dysfunctional dispositions that interfere with a person's ability to build relationships with others and create cohesive, goal oriented teams. The counterproductive behaviours associated with these dysfunctional dispositions negatively influence people's careers, relationship, and life satisfactions. Although the traits of the HPI can easily be seen in a person's day-to-day behaviours, the dysfunctional dispositions of the HDS will only be seen in situations where the person is not actively managing their public image. These situations might include those with high stress or change, multi-tasking, task saturation or accomplishment, poor person-job fit, or when a person feels comfortable enough with those they work with that they no longer manage their public image. Learn More

Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI)

Great companies often point to their culture as a primary reason for their greatness. When you examine an organisation's culture, you will find that it is derived from the values of its leaders and members. This concept was central in the development of the Motives, Values, and Preferences Inventory. It is the only inventory that assesses individual's core values and compares them to the existing culture (values) of an organisation. The inventory also offers a variety of other unique features.Learn More


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