The link between managerial behavior and business results is mediated by staff engagement
(PRWEB) February 16, 2010
Dr. Robert Hogan, an American psychologist known for his innovations in personality assessment, leadership development, and organizational effectiveness, will travel to Monterrey, Mexico March 11-12, 2010 to offer his expertise on employee engagement at the World Forum on Human Resources.
During Dr. Hogan's visit, he will present alongside fellow CEOs, presidents, talent and organizational directors, and HR vice presidents. In his presentation, Dr. Hogan will define engagement, put it in the proper conceptual context, evaluate its ROI potential, and encourage organizations to pay close attention.
He will discuss how managerial behavior directly affects employee engagement. Dr. Hogan will also outline the personality factors that negatively influence engagement. According to Dr. Hogan, when engagement is high, positive business results follow. When engagement is low, negative business results follow.
"The link between managerial behavior and business results is mediated by staff engagement," says Hogan. "Effective leaders establish employee engagement by setting clear expectations, communicating effectively, making good decisions, managing priorities, and creating a positive work environment."
About Robert Hogan
Robert Hogan's work in personality measurement is as distinctive as it is theory-based. He is widely credited with demonstrating how personality factors influence organizational effectiveness in a variety of areas ranging from organizational climate and leadership to selection and effective team performance. Hogan is the author of more than 300 journal articles, chapters, and books including his latest release, Personality and the Fate of Organizations. Hogan founded Hogan Assessment Systems in 1987 and developed four world-renowned assessments proven to predict job performance. His company provides scientifically-based personality assessment solutions for businesses worldwide. For more information on Dr. Hogan or Hogan Assessment Systems, visit http://www.hoganassessments.com.
About the World Forum on Human Resources
The World Forum, sponsored by ERIAC Human Capital, allows attendees to explore global trends in human resources, interact with corporate leaders and senior managers, attend an exhibition of products and services, and visit large-scale organizations in Mexico. For more information and to register for the Forum, visit http://www.foromundialrh.com.
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