The Psychometric Profetency Model

1083 Words5 Pages
Psychometric Profiling
The 15FQ+ carried out is based on Cattell’s 16 personality constructs (Cattell, 1946) and McCrae and Costa (1987) big five personality traits, assessing personality and individual differences. The 15FQ+ report provides an in-depth assessment of an employee’s needs and developments and is a powerful tool to select the right individuals for key positions in organisations. It can benefit organisations to carry out this test to achieve organisational fit amongst its employees. The aim of the test is to help individuals maximise their potential by finding a match between their personality and career choice. A theory based reflection of the report will be carried out focusing on interpersonal, team roles and leadership styles.
…show more content…
It states that I am likely to be loyal, conscientious and a trustworthy team member/leader. Ulrich (1995) Human resource management competency model identifies the need to balance effective business operations and people management. I combine systematic working methods with the readiness to involve people and make allowances for their needs and satisfactions. In my approach to team work I am action and people oriented. Giving the right circumstances, I feel I can make a valuable contribution to an organisation by using practical and task-oriented approach, combined with a concern for fellow workers, to help build a cohesive team. (15FQ+…show more content…
and Mount, M.K., 1998. Relating member ability and personality to work-team processes and team effectiveness. Journal of applied psychology, 83(3), p.377.

Belbin, M., 2004. Belbin team roles. Book Belbin Team Roles

Belbin, R.M., 2012. Team roles at work. Routledge.

Cattell, R.B., 1946. Description and measurement of personality.

Graziano, W.G., Jensen-Campbell, L.A. and Hair, E.C., 1996. Perceiving interpersonal conflict and reacting to it: the case for agreeableness. Journal of personality and social psychology, 70(4), p.820.
Hersey, P., Blanchard, K.H. and Johnson, D.E., 2007. Management of organizational behavior (Vol. 9). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice hall.
Vancouver

McCrae, R.R. and Costa, P.T., 1987. Validation of the five-factor model of personality across instruments and observers. Journal of personality and social psychology, 52(1), p.81.

Oshagbemi, T., 2004. Age influences on the leadership styles and behaviour of managers. Employee Relations, 26(1), pp.14-29.

Somech, A., 2005. Directive versus participative leadership: Two complementary approaches to managing school effectiveness. Educational Administration Quarterly, 41(5),
Open Document