Report from the Chair by Xanthy Kallis, Chair of The Psychometrics Forum
Interpreting Commercial Personality Test Scores: Separating the Subjective from the Objective – Paul Barrett, MD Advanced Projects R&D Ltd, Honorary Professor of Psychology, University of Auckland, NZ. Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Canterbury, NZ.
Using Jaques’ Categories of Mental Processes (CMP) to Predict Managerial Potential – Dr Hugh McCredie, TPF Vice Chair
The Stability and Organisational Value of Personality Assessment – Dr Paula Cruise, Managing Consultant, Research & Development, OPP Ltd
Stereotype Threat – Dr Pete Jones, Research Psychologist, Shire Professional
Risk Type – The Human Factor in the Risk Equation – Geoff Trickey, MD Psychological Consultancy Ltd.
Evaluating Dominant Personality Traits of Potential Sales Reps Is there value in testing for personality during the sales recruitment process? – Matt Goff, Partner TQF Inc
Finding the perfect partner; can work psychology learn anything from the world of on line dating? – Andrew Munro, Director of AM Azure Consulting
Dr Adrian Furnham – The Dark Side of Leadership; Too Much of a Good Thing, is a Bad Thing (TPF, February 2012), review by Rajesh Chopra, Intern at Glow at Work
Beverly Alimo-Metcalfe & John Alban-Metcalfe – Leadership & the Use of Psychometrics (TPF, February 2012) review by Lynne Hindmarch, Business Psychologist. TPF Committee Member