Predicting cross-cultural training performance: the validity of personality, cognitive ability, and dimensions measured by an assessment center and a behavior description interview.

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This study examined the validity of a broad set of predictors for selecting European managers for a cross-cultural training program in Japan. The selection procedure assessed cognitive ability, personality, and dimensions measured by assessment center exercises and a behavior description interview. Results show that the factor Openness was significantly… (More)

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@article{Lievens2003PredictingCT, title={Predicting cross-cultural training performance: the validity of personality, cognitive ability, and dimensions measured by an assessment center and a behavior description interview.}, author={Filip Lievens and Michael M. Harris and Etienne Van Keer and Claire Bisqueret}, journal={The Journal of applied psychology}, year={2003}, volume={88 3}, pages={476-89} }