Before she became an I-O psychologist, Courtney Keim worked as a server and bartender. In this second part of a two-part episode, Dr. Keim reflects on why bartenders make good I-O psychologists, how she chose I-O psych by a process of elimination, and how to read the early warning signs […]
Before she became an I-O psychologist, Courtney Keim worked at a residential treatment center for traumatized boys. In this first part of a two-part episode, Dr. Keim reflects on how those six brutal weeks influenced her later career as an I-O psychologist and professor. Along the way, we discuss integrity […]
In this episode, I shared the thoughts of David Bracken, PhD, an expert on the topic of 360 degree assessments.
One can find fault with the MBTI, and no doubt with many personality-assessment mechanisms. But there is no escaping types. We freely diagnose people all the time—as extroverts or narcissists, as “on the spectrum” or (for example) “a little O.C.D.” In this sort-of defense of the Myers-Briggs in The New […]
In this episode Dave Bracken gets a chance to respond to my various belly-aches about his excellent contribution on 360s in Episode 6. (If you haven’t already listened to that one, you’ll want to do that.) Dave also responds to a question from Paul Thoreson.