Denison Leadership Potential Report
Developed in partnership by Denison Consulting und Hogan Assessment Systems, the Denison Leadership Potential Report (DLPR) is a new product that provides a statistically valid prediction of leadership potential. This is accomplished by aligning an individual’s inherent leader attributes—as measured by Hogan assessment tools—to the twelve leadership competencies defined by the Denison Leadership Development Model.
The Denison Leadership Potential Report is generated from a participant’s responses to three Hogan self-assessment instruments (click the links below to learn more about the self-assessments):
- Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI)
- Hogan Development Survey (HDS)
- Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI)
These assessment tools measure different leader attributes, including: the working environment a leader strives to create; the personality characteristics a leader possesses to create that environment; and the performance risks or obstacles that can hinder the leader from achieving those aspirations. Responses to these assessments indicate the participant’s ingrained personal characteristics and motives, which inform the manner in which he/she will behave in the workplace and as a manager.
The Denison Leadership Potential Report depicts an individual’s potential to exhibit each of the twelve Denison leadership competencies based on his/her personality and values. Competencies are scored as either excellent, high, moderate, or low potential and are grouped into the four traits of the Denison Model.
In addition to this overall snapshot of leader potential, the DLPR also provides a deeper dive into each of the twelve competency scores allowing participants to understand why they received their score and to identify targeted areas for development.