In this episode, Declan Collins sits down with Dr. Ryne Sherman as we dive into the world of hybrid culture and high performance, recruitment and selection in those environments, and pre-employment assessments in general and their influences on career success, and workplace dynamics.
About our guest
As Hogan’s Chief Science Officer, Ryne is responsible for managing the primary functions within Hogan’s industry-leading research department, including client research, product development and maintenance, and Hogan’s research archive and infrastructure. Ryne’s previous research in personality psychology focused on the role of personality in career pursuits and workplace performance, particularly in defining personality, examining the consequences of personality for life and career outcomes, and the assessment and
measurement of personality and individual differences. He has also researched and experimented with new approaches to personality assessment, including unobtrusive assessment via new talent signals, such as voice prosody, word use, and affective responses to stimuli.
Ryne received his B.A. in Psychology and History from Monmouth College, and completed his Ph.D. in Personality/Social Psychology from the University of California, Riverside. He has authored more than 50 scientific papers, of which several have received significant
national and international media exposure. He is also a valuable asset to Hogan’s Marketing & Communications Department, having interviewed for multiple print/online outlets and podcasts, as well as a regularly published guest author for a variety of publications.