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.
In episode 11 of The Science of Personality Podcast, Ryne and Blake discuss the 8 most common personality types identified via the Hogan suite of personality assessments: Rebels, Marketers, Proletarians, Congenials, Over-Achievers, Networkers, Misfits, and Preppers.
In episode 10 of The Science of Personality Podcast, Ryne and Blake welcome Rob Kaiser, President of Kaiser Leadership Solutions, to the show to discuss the dark side of charisma. Charismatic individuals often ascend to leadership positions within organizations due to their charm and political skills. However, that doesn’t necessarily make them effective leaders.
In episode 9 of The Science of Personality Podcast, Ryne and Blake are joined by Nicholas Davenport, a sports performance psychologist and Founder of Mind Body One LLC, to discuss the topic of mental toughness. Whether on the field of play or in a work setting, mental toughness plays a crucial role in how people address and handle certain situations.
In episode 8 of The Science of Personality Podcast, Ryne and Blake welcome University of Nebraska Omaha Assistant Professor of Management Dr. Kelsey Medeiros to the show to talk about women leading through a pandemic. As we look around the world and see female heads of state more effectively combatting the global COVID-19 crisis, we were curious as to why that’s the case. With Kelsey currently writing a book on this very topic, we could think of no better guest to come on the show to discuss why women seem to be handling this pandemic better than their male counterparts.