The Hogan Development Survey (HDS) describes the dark side of personality – qualities that emerge in times of increased strain and can disrupt relationships, damage reputations, and derail peoples’ chances of success. By assessing dark side personality, you can recognize and mitigate performance risks before they become a problem.
HDS is the only personality assessment available on the market that measures dark side personality characteristics, or derailers, along 11 primary scales not contemplated by the Five Factors Model.
- 15 to 20-minute completion time
- Available in multiple languages
- Concerns characteristics not covered by the Five Factors Model
- Over 2 millions managers assessed
- No invasive or intrusive items
- No adverse impact
- Online administration
- Instantaneous scoring and reporting output
Moody, easily annoyed, hard to please, and emotionally volatile.
Distrustful, cynical, sensitive to criticism, and focused on the negative.
Unassertive, resistant to change, risk-averse, and slow to make decisions.
Aloof, indifferent to the feelings of others, and uncommunicative.
Overtly cooperative, but privately irritable, stubborn, and uncooperative.
Overly self-confident, arrogant, with inflated feelings of self-worth.
Charming, risk-taking, limit-testing and excitement-seeking.
Dramatic, attention-seeking, interruptive, and poor listening skills.
Creative, but thinking and acting in unusual or eccentric ways.
Meticulous, precise, hard to please, and tends to micromanage.
Eager to please and reluctant to act independently or against popular opinion.
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