HOGAN BUSINESS REASONING INVENTORY
The HBRI Certification Web Course
provides in-depth training on how to interpret the Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory
, a business-related measure of cognitive ability that is a key component of successful managerial performance. To register, click here.
The Matrigma Web Course
teaches participants to understand and interpret the results of Matrigma
, a non-verbal, cognitive ability test, that predicts a person’s ability to solve problems, plan ahead and draw logical conclusions. To register, click here.
The Judgment Web Course
provides training on how to interpret the Hogan Judgement Report
, that predicts an individual’s information processing style, decision-making approach, decision-making style, reactions to feedback, and openness to feedback and coaching. To register, click here.
HOGAN TEAM REPORT
The Hogan Team Report Certification Web Course*
instructs the participant in understanding and using Hogan assessment tools to develop high-performing teams. The first part of the course presents an overview of team roles, team derailers, and team values as well as selected individual profiles. The next part of the course involves reading key excerpts from the Team Report User Manual which is designed to provide additional depth about the foundations for the report and more information about how to interpret scores. To register, click here.
*As a prerequisite, participants must have successfully completed the Hogan Assessment Certification Workshop.
The Hogan 360° web course
provides training on the understanding of the Hogan 360°
, a comprehensive multi-rater feedback tool designed to help leaders at any level of an organisation understand how their peers, managers and direct reports view their performance. Once completed, you will be qualified to administer and interpret the Hogan 360˚ and will be provided with a formal acknowledgement of your Hogan 360° qualification. This formal acknowledgement will also include information relating to an optional
application of learning component, including two case studies and an accompanying worksheet designed to fine tune your understanding and interpretation of the Hogan 360°. To register, click here.