Hogan Assessments names Hungarian leader for Europe

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Zsolt Fehér has been named the leader of European operations at personality test developer Hogan Assessments, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

In this role Fehér will be responsible for driving the growth of Hogan’s direct marketing and thought leadership campaigns across Europe. In addition, he will work with key European partners, distributors and multinational consulting companies to integrate Hogan’s solutions into current business offerings. 

With 20 years of experience in the consulting industry, Fehér has delivered numerous workshops on leadership, company and project management, public speaking, HR development, and corporate financial planning.

Prior to joining Hogan, Fehér was the CEO of Assessment Systems International, one of Hogan’s most successful international distributors. 

“Zsolt Fehér’s professionalism and decade of experience as our distributor is testimony to his expertise and experience for this critical job,” said Hogan CEO Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. “We have no doubt that he is a perfect fit for the role, and look forward to working with him,” the Hogan CEO added.

“I consider it to be my career peak that I can lead Hogan’s growth efforts in Europe,” said Fehér. “Having worked with Hogan for several years and seeing how their products have helped so many organizations, my goal is to make more and more European companies integrate Hogan solutions into their HR strategies,” according to Fehér.

Founded in 1987 by Drs. Joyce and Robert Hogan, Hogan leads the world in personality assessment and leadership development, according to its own website. With products and services in 56 countries and 47 languages, what began as a small startup has evolved into the industry leader serving more than half of the Fortune 500.

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