Personal constructs are characteristics that we habitually notice in others.
How do personal constructs benefit me when it comes to the kinds of judgments I make of a family member, a teacher, a male friend, a female friend, a person that I dislike, or a person that I work or socialize with?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 6:00 am ad1c9bdddf
To put it simply, we can and often do assign traits to people in order to characterize them, but we must think about our objectives for these characterizations. For example, a positive identification of a certain personality in a job application or interview may be useful to determine if the person has the necessary skill set to complete the assigned tasks. The following questions might serve as a positive ...
Making assessments about personality traits to determine specific skills sets for the work place.