The Agony and the Ecstasy
Just when you think HR has learned that some assessments aren’t right for hiring, you open today’s Wall Street Journal and there’s an ad for a COO position being recruiting by a major search company that asks for a resume and “complete Myers-Briggs personality type test results.” Then they refer to a free online knockoff of the original, which the publishers of clearly state is not appropriate for hiring.
Enough agony. Now for the ecstasy.
For those of us who are highly motivated by mastery, there is nothing better than the triumph of person over technology. And for those of us who are highly motivated by affiliation, there is nothing better than doing it as a team. Today our team finished our first videos on Role-Based Assessment and teaming characteristics! And this was our first ‘review’:
Speaking as a performer who pays attention to production values kudos on the quality of the clips! It captures very visually the Gabriel Institute competitive differentiation.
Overall, that shifts the balance clearly in favor of ecstasy for today!