Following the success of the virtual seminar in June our September event will also be delivered in a similar online format. Our topic for this event focuses on coaching by providing support with well-being, resilience and high performance in the workplace. During the event, two development tools will be discussed that measure different aspects of [...]
Our popular annual event, New Frontiers in Psychometrics Seminar, will be held on Tuesday, 24th November 2020 online and will be followed by our Award Ceremony. Register now Following the success of the virtual seminars in June and September, we will also deliver our November event in a similar online format. This year [...]
Welcome to the March 2021 Psychometrics Forum virtual seminar Register for Event Our theme is career coaching and we have two different perspectives to share with you. Dr Stewart Desson invites us to explore an individual’s Big Five Traits using a digital tool called Lumina Coach which he has developed as part [...]
Welcome to our June 2021 Psychometrics Forum virtual seminar. We are delighted to announce that our speakers for the June event will be Stuart Robertson (CPsychol AFBPsS), Managing Director of Stuart Robertson & Associates talking about his latest assessment tool Quintax and Dr Nigel Guenole (CPsychol AFBPsS), Director of Research at the Institute of Management, [...]
A unique opportunity to try a novel psychometric test, MoralDNA* and participate in discussions with fellow psychometricians.** We are delighted to announce The Psychometrics Forum’s September online event will provide an opportunity for attendees to hear about the latest innovations, ideas and views on Ethical Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Psychometrics. ** If you would like to complete the MoralDNA* profile prior to the event book early as a self-registration link will be included in your booking confirmation email.
Is a team more than the sum of its parts? Work teams are performance units organised to promote organisational effectiveness. Even individual contributors are nested within the team structure of an organisation in some informal if not formal way. We are familiar with the idea of assessing an individual using personality tools but how do we assess a team? Is it simply a matter of amalgamating the individual results and presenting a summary or is there more to it? Does the difference between a team and a group have any impact on collective effort? Join us online to hear from a range of speakers who have been researching, investigating, observing and developing instruments over decades which provide answers to these questions and more.