Hogan Assessments Applications in Consulting Psychology

May 2, 2024 4:00-6:00 PM EST How is personality assessment applied in coaching and consulting? In this virtual, interactive session, John Horton will introduce the Hogan assessments and provide a case study on how to interpret their results in a practical context. A case study will be conducted to see how the data are interpreted and used in a common coaching and consulting situation. Learning Objectives 1. Participants will learn about the Hogan Assessments and their role in business for talent selection and talent development. 2. Participants will take an in-depth look into the purpose of each of the three core assessments. 3. Participants will utilize a case study to understand how the data are interpreted and used in a common coaching and consulting situation. 4. Participants will observe ways the scales can be pulled together to form themes and apply them to the given context.   Presenter: John Horton, MS Practice Manager, Hogan Assessments John Horton is the Practice Manager for the Independent Consultants Network at Hogan Assessments. He provides consulting on assessment solutions, conducts training and education programs for coaches, and supports the delivery of Hogan's high-quality solutions. He also conducts certification workshops and facilitates client delivery services. John contributes his thought leadership through journal articles and presentations.    Hogan Assessments is the international leader in personality insights. With the world’s largest database of personality research and decades’ worth of experience in psychometrics, Hogan produces valid, reliable personality assessments that measure everyday strengths, potential shortcomings, and values and motivators. Hogan’s solutions empower organizations to hire the right people without bias, boost productivity, reduce turnover, promote diversity and inclusion, identify high-potential talent, develop leaders, and inspire employees to do their best.    


Transitioning Consultants Training Group: Consulting With Teams

Consulting With Teams Mondays, May 13, June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9, October 14 1:30-3:30PT / 3:30-5:30CT / 4:30-6:30ET Register by May 3rd, 2024 (for full section) “Pay per session” registration: By the Monday preceding the scheduled session date (first Monday of month) Cost:   $995 for full Section (6 monthly sessions) or $195 “pay per session” option. Includes video/audio recordings of each session to own and use (the Full Section purchase also includes the Consulting Toolbox ). Recordings available from all prior sessions. Consulting with Individuals (sessions 1-6) and Consulting to Organizations (sessions 13-18). For 30 years, Dr. Fennig and the staff at DRIC have provided hands-on training in consulting psychology to graduate students from around the country: practica, pre-doctoral and post-doctoral internships.  DRIC has also provided training in consulting psychology to external colleagues for over 20 years.  The revised and updated SCP Guidelines for Training in Consulting Psychology (original publication in the American Psychologist. December 2007) serve as a foundation for these traineeships at DRIC, as well as for this Series. Dr. John Fennig DRI Consulting, CEO       Dr. Heather Morton is a consultant at DRI Consulting. She holds a PhD and master’s degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology. She has primarily worked in healthcare and education, most recently as an adjunct psychology instructor and curriculum consultant. Dr. Morton has a passion for employee training and development, performance management, and organizational culture. She is committed to using psychological principles and research to make data-driven decisions for creating relevant and effective changes. Outside of work, Dr. Morton enjoys spending time with her family, reading novels, dancing, and playing strategy games. Dr. Heather Morton Consultant           Dates and Delivery: The second Monday of the month from 3:30-5:30 Central / 4:30-6:30 Eastern / 1:30-3:30 Pacific, with a soft start at 3pm for informal discussion and time to set up your technology.  Course is delivered live to you virtually, wherever you are via the SCP Zoom platform. Participants will also have about one hour of application homework per session monthly. Session 1: May 13 Group assessment Session 2: June 10 Assessment of functional and dysfunctional groups Session 3: July 8 Assessment and development of teams  Session 4: August 12 Creating group level teams in organizations (e.g., self-directed work groups) Session 5: September 9 Inter-group assessment and intervention/Group boundary assessment and intervention Session 6: October 14 Identify group (racial, gender, ethnic) management in the organizational context