Category: Latest Posts

  • Spreading Versatile Leadership through the Nordics

    Rob spent the week with Scandinavian distribution partners, LEAD – enter next level, in a series of keynote addresses, workshops, and strategic meetings throughout the Nordics, including events in Copenhagen, Bjerringbro, Århus, Ålborg, and Oslo. The team wrapped up a jam-packed week with great fun at the Northside Rock Festival in Ådalen. After an LVI […] More

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  • Using Personality to Develop Versatile Leaders

    Rob and his good friend, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, CEO, Hogan Assessment Systems, delivered an interactive workshop on how to use personality assessments to help managers become more well-rounded and versatile leaders at the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology’s annual conference in Anaheim, CA. Download Workshop Slides Summary Developing Versatile Leaders for Complex Times: A Personality-based Approach Presented at the 2016 Society for […] More

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  • Rethinking the Leadership Gender Agenda

    In a provocative session at the Society for Consulting Psychology’s annual conference in Orlando, FL, Rob and his good friend and colleague, Wanda Wallace, challenged popular views and offered fresh thinking about how to help more talented women advance into senior leadership.   Download Rob and Wanda’s slides   Summary Rethinking the Leadership Gender Agenda Presented at the […] More

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  • Dealing with the Dark Side

    Rob’s latest article, Dealing with the Dark Side, is part of a special issue of Talent Quarterly focused on the Dark Side of Personality. Rob’s article is a practical piece with advice for how to manage those character quirks and unfortunate tendencies that so often accompany tremendous talent–in an employee, in your boss, and even […] More

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  • Teaching the leadership mindset, improving Boards in Australia

    Rob was invited to Australia to teach “The Leadership Mindset,” the first module in a six-month program delivered in partnership with pwc and the Melbourne School of Business for growing finance managers into the CFOs of tomorrow. See more about the Ascent program here. pwc also had Rob out to Perth to address an association of external Board directors […] More

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  • Latest insights presented at SIOP conference

    New research from Kaiser Leadership Solutions and our expanded network of colleagues blends clear thinking and powerful data to challenge conventional wisdom. These new Big Ideas were presented at the 2015 annual conference of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology in Philadelphia, April 23-25, 2015.   THE ACCOUNTABILITY CRISIS Download Rob’s presentation, The Accountability Crisis In Robert Hogan’s […] More

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  • The Feedback Women Leaders Aren’t Getting

    Rob’s latest article, co-authored with Wanda Wallace, The Feedback Women Leaders Need–but Aren’t Getting, exposes an important oversight in the development of women executives. The article explains how most 360 feedback tools and exercises miss the mark, leaving women in the dark about one of the reasons they are not promoted into senior leadership. See also […] More

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  • A New Narrative for the Gender Agenda

    Rob’s new article, co-authored with Wanda Wallace, Changing the Narrative on Why Women Aren’t Reaching the Top, takes the popular dialogue on women and leadership in a whole new direction. It is part of a special issue of Talent Quarterly devoted to managing female talent, an issue that includes deeper insights and more provocative writing on the […] More

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  • The Weakness of Strengths

    Rob’s new article, The Weakness of Strengths, offers a cautionary tale about taking strengths-based development too far in the new issue of Talent Quarterly. It’s the lead-off to a section on Lies, Half-truths, and Marketing, which also includes informative articles on emotional intelligence, engagement, and learning agility.   Learn more about Talent Quarterly, a terrific new source for unfiltered, critical thinking […] More

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  • Kaiser named Editor, Consulting Psychology Journal

    Rob took over as the editor of the Consulting Psychology Journal (CPJ) on January 1, 2014. CPJ is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal that publishes research, case studies, and conceptual articles that advance the practice of providing psychologically-based services to improve organizations and the people who populate them. It strives to be the home of evidence-based […] More

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