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Imposter Syndrome

In the latest episode of The Science of Personality, Ryne and Blake are joined by Michael Sanger, Director of Assessment Solutions for Leadership Development Worldwide, to talk about Imposter Syndrome. What is it? Are there any benefits to it? Is it experienced differently across genders? We cover those questions and so much more in this fun, new episode.

High Potentials

In the latest episode of The Science of Personality, Ryne and Blake are joined by Christopher J. Duffy, Hogan Assessments managing partner, to talk about high potentials. At the core of this topic are three very important and consequential questions. First, what is a high-potential employee? Second, what is the best way to identify them? And third, how should organizations go about developing them?

The Importance of Values

In the latest episode of The Science of Personality, we’re celebrating our special 100th episode with the legend himself, Dr. Robert Hogan, founder and president of Hogan Assessments, to discuss the importance of values in our personal and professional lives. In fact, Dr. Hogan considers values to be so important that he dedicated years of research just to develop an assessment to measure them. We hope you enjoy this milestone episode. Cheers, everybody.

Meta Competencies of Leadership

In the latest episode of The Science of Personality, Ryne and Blake are joined by Peter Berry, managing director of Peter Berry Consultancy, to talk about the meta competencies of leadership he’s discovered among senior leaders with strong 360 outcomes. When it comes to leadership 360 evaluations, you won’t find many with more knowledge than Peter as he leverages his decades of experience in working with leaders and combines that with the power of Hogan’s assessments to create a truly powerful and enlightening experience. 

Learn more about the meta competencies of leadership here.

Getting Assessment Advice from ChatGPT

In the latest episode of The Science of Personality, Ryne and Blake discuss a hot topic that is sure to impact the assessment industry: people seeking assessment advice from ChatGPT. It’s widely known by now that AI and large language models like Chat GPT have a wide range of useful applications, such as drafting emails, writing essays, summarizing information, and creating efficiencies in the workplace. But how good are these tools at giving people advice on how to respond to items on a personality assessment? 

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