This week on the podcast, Chloe is talking all about personality and workstyle assessments. No, she’s not going to tell you which one is the best (because “best” is relative to what your needs are), but she is going to tell you all about the ways in which using assessments can help you and your team, the limitations of these types of assessments, how not to use them, and what to look for when deciding what assessment might be right for your needs.
If you’d like to have a conversation about how and which assessment can best support you and your team’s or business’s needs, you can schedule a consultation with Chloe directly here.
Here are the articles referenced during the episode:
- Is Personality Fixed? Personality Changes as Much as “Variable” Economic Factors and More Strongly Predicts Changes to Life Satisfaction; Boyce, Wood, and Powdthavee, Social Indicators Research
- Personality Stability From Age 14 to Age 77 Years; Harris, Brett, Johnson, and Deary, Psychology and Aging,
- Should Personality Assessments Be Used In Hiring? Sherrie Haynie, Forbes
- The Problem with Using Personality Tests for Hiring; Whitney Martin, HBR
- Employees Can’t Be Summed Up by a Personality Test; Peter Bregman, HBR
And don’t forget! We’re hosting a challenge from today, June 12th, through Friday June 16th for leaders of small businesses and organizations to prioritize their well-being using our CoCreate Work well-being framework! It’s not too late to sign-up! Get all the information and sign up on our CoCreate Work Leadership Well-Being Challenge page. We hope you will join us for this challenge to prioritize your well-being!