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THE BIG FIVE PERSONALITY DIMENSIONS AND JOB PERFORMANCE: A META-ANALYSIS
This study investigated the relation of the “Big Five” personality dimensions (Extraversion, Emotional Stability, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Openness to Experience) to three job… Expand
Personality and Performance at the Beginning of the New Millennium: What Do We Know and Where Do We Go Next?
As we begin the new millennium, it is an appropriate time to examine what we have learned about personality-performance relationships over the past century and to embark on new directions for… Expand
Relating member ability and personality to work-team processes and team effectiveness.
Six hundred fifty-two employees composing 51 work teams participated in a study examining relationships among team composition (ability and personality), team process (social cohesion), and team… Expand
THE BIG FIVE PERSONALITY TRAITS, GENERAL MENTAL ABILITY, AND CAREER SUCCESS ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN
The present study investigated the relationship of traits from the 5factor model of personality (often termed the "Big Five") and general mental ability with career success. Career success was argued… Expand
Autonomy as a moderator of the relationships between the Big Five personality dimensions and job performance.
In this study we investigated the moderating role of autonomy on the relationships between the Big Five personality dimensions and supervisor ratings of job performance. On the basis of data from 146… Expand
Five-Factor Model of personality and Performance in Jobs Involving Interpersonal Interactions
In this article, the results of a meta-analysis that investigates the degree to which dimensions of the Five-Factor Model (FFM) of personality are related to performance in jobs involving… Expand
META‐ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE FIVE‐FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY AND HOLLAND'S OCCUPATIONAL TYPES
The purpose of this study is to examine the nature and magnitude of the relationship between 2 widely accepted models for classifying individual differences–the 5-factor model of personality and… Expand
Personality and job performance: test of the mediating effects of motivation among sales representatives.
- M. Barrick, G. Stewart, M. Piotrowski
- Psychology, Medicine
- The Journal of applied psychology
- 1 February 2002
Research shows consistent relations between personality and job performance. In this study the authors develop and test a model of job performance that examines the mediating effects of… Expand
Team Structure and Performance: Assessing the Mediating Role of Intrateam Process and the Moderating Role of Task Type
The authors used data from 45 production teams (626 individuals) and their supervisors to test hypotheses related to team structure. For teams engaged primarily in conceptual tasks, interdependence...
Yes, Personality Matters: Moving on to More Important Matters
- M. Barrick
- 1 October 2005
Over the years, personality has had at best a checkered reputation as a predictor of work outcomes. From Guion and Gottier (1965) and Mischel (1968) to Davis-Blake and Pfeffer (1989), personality has… Expand