Pete Rutigliano - Identifying adaptive and maladaptive leadership behaviors using The Engaging Leader
Upward feedback surveys have been a mainstay of Applied Psychology as a means of investigating the impact of leadership behaviors on their direct reports. Similarly, personality inventories like the Hogan have provided valuable insights into the personality traits that shape these leadership behaviors. A partnership between Hogan and Mercer | Sirota has created a powerful new tool called The Engaging Leader. This tool combines Hogan's manager personality assessment with Mercer | Sirota's ability to measure engagement and team effectiveness. With over a year’s worth of data collected across a range of industries and countries, Dr. Rutigliano will discuss some of our recent findings.
Peter J. Rutigliano, Ph. D., is a Senior Consultant at the newly merged entity of Mercer | Sirota. In over 20 years of external consulting, Peter has provided data analysis, interpretation and recommendations for many Fortune 500 organizations across a variety of industries. In his role at Mercer | Sirota, Peter manages the Data Analytics team which maintains the Sirota Normative Database in addition to performing higher level statistical analysis for the firm. Additionally, Peter continues to provide consultative services to his employee survey clients. He maintains an active research program with over 70 publications and presentations. Peter obtained his doctorate from Drexel University in Philadelphia. Peter’s major areas of research are the effective use of identified surveys, survey psychometrics and investigating the work experience of people with disabilities.