UK Assessment Centre Conference Introducing Personality Tasks
The Conference was a fantastic success Max Choi and Alan Howard presented their paper: An Alternative to Personality Questionnaires: Introducing Personality Tasks to a packed audience.
An Alternative to Personality Questionnaires: Introducing Personality Tasks.
Quest Partnership’s MD, Max Choi was again involved with the conference and was presenting at the conference. He and fellow presenter, Alan Howard greatly enjoyed the event especially being able to catching up with Dr Bill Byman over the Conference Dinner.
Quest Partnership were please to be the sponsors of the Pre-dinner Drinks at the event.
Followed by information about the latest innovative, new approach to accurately assessing personality: Objective Personality Tasks (OPTs).
Objective Personality Tasks | OPT's
Assessment Centres are often supported with personality questionnaires and such questionnaires have been used for many, many decades. But is this really the best way to assess personality in high stakes recruitment? After all they are self-report questionnaires and therefore they are relatively easy for candidates to manipulate or to fake even. Also, everyone has blind spots or poor self-awareness – so we may introduce a lot of error with these self-report tools. Max and Alan have been researching and developing an alternative and direct method of assessing personality, where respondents are asked to complete tasks – known as Objective Personality Tasks (OPT’s). It is not obvious what the tasks are measuring, and typically one just focuses on performing the tasks, so we measure real and natural behaviours which underpins one’s personality.
Max and Alan will describe how they developed these OPT’s and the research to date to assess the Big Five personality factors and how they are assessing important personality areas required by organisations. Delegates will be shown some of these new OPT’s to find out about the latest innovative, new approach to accurately assessing personality.