Going to Turin for EAWOP
The Myers-Briggs Company will be presenting at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) Congress in Italy this week
‘WORKING FOR THE GREATER GOOD: Inspiring people, designing jobs and leading organizations for a more inclusive society’ is the theme for this year’s EAWOP Congress – and we’ll be contributing
The Thought Leadership and Research teams of The Myers-Briggs Company are out in force at the European Association for Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) Congress in Turin this week.
We deliver presentations covering a range of topics. They include well-being, the gig economy, personality and exercise, gender differences in leadership, criticisms of developmental assessments like the MBTI questionnaire, and whether personality is changing over time.
The Congress runs from 29 May–1 June – find out more on the EAWOP website.
See below for the full titles of our sessions, together with the authors. The presenting authors are in italics.
- SYMPOSIUM: Using personality type to enhance well-being in the modern workplace
Chair: John Hackston
- The role of personality in the “always on” culture
Nikhita Blackburn, Helen Rayner
- Gig work: Does personality matter?
- The impact of personality on exercise preferences and attitudes
Nancy A. Schaubhut, Richard C. Thompson
- Workplace well-being: Gender, occupation, age and personality influences
Richard C. Thompson, Martin Boult
- Using type to navigate organizational change within Macmillan Cancer Support
Alice King, Catherine Ellwood
- SYMPOSIUM: The role of gender and individual differences in organizational leadership
Chair: Richard C. Thompson
- The implications of gender differences in decision-making style for organizational level
- FIRO, gender and level of seniority
- Gender differences in vocational interests by organizational level
Michael Morris, Richard C. Thompson
- Personality characteristics of female executives: A replication and extension
Yang Yang, Justin Arneson
- Choosing personality assessments for employee development: should practitioners forget (almost) everything they've been told?
John Hackston, Penny Moyle
- Is personality changing over time?