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Einstein would not have been the best Business Psychologist! Rethinking how we measure and understand intelligence in the workplace
23 February 2023 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree – £18.00
*This event will be in person event at the University of Westminster**
Speakers: Luke Montuori (Psychometrician), Arctic Shores and Robert Newry (CEO), Arctic Shores
It’s long been known and validated that cognitive ability is the best predictor of performance in the workplace, yet our approach to understanding intelligence has been limited to exam qualifications and multiple choice aptitude tests. Arctic Shores is challenging how we understand and measure intelligence and in this lively session CEO Robert Newry and Psychometrician Dr Luke Montuori will share how they have gone about updating how we frame and measure intelligence in the 21st Century.
Robert Newry, MA (Oxon), MBA, is the CEO and Co-Founder of Arctic Shores, the leading provider of behaviour-based assessments. In addition to being a past ABP speaker on the role of technology in psychometrics, he has spoken about AI, gamification and potential-based hriing, appearing on national television (BBC) twice.
He has been quoted in several UK newspapers and written articles on psychometric assessments for many leading HR media providers.
Luke Montuori, PhD, CPsychol, is a psychometrician at Arctic Shores. His experience conducting research in behavioural neuroscience, as well as in developing psychometric measurement instruments, are both combined at Arctic Shores, where he develops behavioural measures of individual differences. He has published on topics such as the neuroscience of fundamental statistical and associative learning processes, as well as how these processes are relevant to organisational settings.