Should the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator be used in the hiring process?
There are tons of personality assessments out there. They can help us quickly get to know what makes people unique and how they see the world. That leaves many people asking, should you use personality assessments in the hiring process?
[1:10] Self-Reported Assessments
[2:27] Not Measuring Knowledge, Skills, or Abilities
[3:25] Not Designed to Be Predictive
[4:23] Real-Life Hiring Example
[6:00] Ideas for Using Personality Assessments
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