Culture, Practices

Look for What You Want to Find!

Remember when you are hiring new people this truism: “past behavior is the best indicator of future performance.” The study below reflects what happens when giving too much credence to the interview process.

Although conscientiousness is the personality factor that predicts better performance in medical school and physician practice, a new study has found that extroversion is the only personality type associated with better performance in the Multiple Mini-Interview (MMI) process.

Find the study “Do Med School Interviews Favor Extroverts?” at Futurity.org.