The bright and dark sides of personality: Implications for personnel selection in individual and team contexts

@inproceedings{Judge2007TheBA,
  title={The bright and dark sides of personality: Implications for personnel selection in individual and team contexts},
  author={Timothy A. Judge and Jeffery A Lepine},
  year={2007}
}
That personality has shown itself relevant to individual attitudes and behavior, and to team and organizational functioning, seems an incontrovertible statement. Barrick and Mount (2005: 361) flatly state: ‘Personality traits do matter at work’ and indeed the data appear to support their conclusion (Hogan, 2005). Barrick et al. (2001) analyzed extant meta-analyses on relationship between the ‘big five’ personality traits and job performance, finding a multiple correlation of R 0.47 when the… CONTINUE READING

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