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Investor Personality

In the latest episode of The Science of Personality, Ryne and Blake are joined by world-renowned psychologist, Dr. Adrian Furnham, to talk about how personality impacts the stock market, particularly when it comes to investment decisions and also the characteristics of those who choose to participate and those who do not. 

A New Frontier: The Dark Side of the Entrepreneurial Economy

In the latest episode of The Science of Personality, Ryne and Blake are joined by Peter Harms, PhD, professor of management at the University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Business, to talk about the likely convergence of two societal trends. The first trend is that the global workforce is increasingly shifting to an entrepreneurial economy with more independence and autonomy. The second is the increase in mental health issues and personality disorders. The outcome of this convergence is currently unknown, but a recent paper authored by Peter and his colleagues offers a deeper look at what this might look like, which we discuss in this episode. 

Read the full paper here.

Skills-Based Hiring: Future-Proofing Your Talent Strategy

In the latest episode of The Science of Personality, Ryne and Blake are joined by Erin Lazarus, Hogan’s Senior Director of Business Development, to discuss skills-based hiring, which has become increasingly important in today’s rapidly evolving work environment. The vast majority of global executives understand how crucial it is to have a skills-based hiring strategy grounded in data to thrive in this digital world. However, most organizations don’t have the data required to make well-informed hiring decisions. In this episode, Erin explains why skills-based hiring is so important and outlines the steps organizations can take to implement a more robust talent acquisition strategy. 

2023 Derailers of the Year

In the latest episode of The Science of Personality, Ryne and Blake continue their annual, end-of-year tradition by breaking down the top derailers of the year. 

Culture Matters

In the latest episode of The Science of Personality, Ryne and Blake are joined by Hogan’s Managing Director of Asia Pacific, Krista Pederson, and Hogan Senior Consultant, Anne-Marie Paiement, PhD, to discuss personality differences across cultures. For instance, do different types of leaders emerge in different markets? Also, what does it mean for cross-border business and international resource management? This episode addresses these very important questions and so much more.

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