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2020 Derailers of the Year

In episode 16 of The Science of Personality Podcast, Ryne and Blake look back on a crazy year and give out awards for the “2020 Derailers of the Year.”

Personality, Culture, and Generational Differences

In episode 15 of The Science of Personality Podcast, Ryne and Blake are joined by San Diego State Professor of Psychology, Dr. Jean Twenge, to discuss personality, culture, and generational differences. It’s no secret that today’s generation has grown up with access to more technology than previous generations, but how is that shaping their personality development?

What Organizations Get Wrong About Leadership

In episode 14 of The Science of Personality Podcast, Ryne and Blake are joined by Hogan Assessments CEO, Dr. Scott Gregory, to talk about what organizations get wrong about leadership. Most academic literature simply defines a leader as someone who is in a leadership role, while Hogan defines a leader as someone who can build, manage, and sustain a high-performing team.

HR & Talent Management Fads

In episode 13 of The Science of Personality Podcast, Ryne and Blake are joined by Marc Effron, President & Founder of The Talent Strategy Group and Publisher of Talent Q Magazine. From gamified assessments to neuroscience, this episode covers some the latest fads and trends in HR and talent management, and also what we might see on the horizon.

The Personality of Successful Entrepreneurs

In episode 12 of The Science of Personality Podcast, Ryne and Blake are joined by Dr. Jennifer Tackett, Professor and Director of Clinical Psychology at Northwestern University, to discuss the personalities of successful entrepreneurs. Using the Hogan Leadership Forecast Series, Dr. Tackett and her colleague Melissa Kaufman, Executive Director of The Garage at Northwestern University, have identified a variety of characteristics successful entrepreneurs have that set them apart from the rest.

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