A newly released book on the history of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) has made waves for a round of press questioning the use of personality assessment for HR purposes. Time and again, these critiques tend to fall into one of three broad themes: The tests are biased and discriminatory, they aren’t relevant for the job, or they simply… Read more »
When scaling out a talent management program such as a wide-screening selection initiative, ensuring accurate interpretation of candidates’ assessment results across a team of recruiters is challenging in and of itself. That challenge is immeasurably amplified when these candidates hail from different regions and cultures, where expectations on an employee can vary wildly from those… Read more »
Like many people, my coworker is afraid of flying. We encourage him to take sleeping pills and try to distract him with entertaining stories during takeoff, but despite our best efforts, he usually remains anxious throughout the flight.
It was only a month ago that President Obama announced the death of America’s biggest villain and proudly proclaimed victory in the name of justice. For most, the events that unfolded and the success of the mission were symbols of American power. But to those of us who have a passion for leadership, the more… Read more »