Validity of Six Openness Facets in Predicting Work Behaviors: A Meta-Analysis
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To illustrate the importance of facet-level investigations in predicting organizational outcomes and the need for more primary studies on this topic, we conducted a meta-analysis that took an exploratory look at differential relationships among 7 organizational criteria and Openness traits varying in breadth. Nine Openness predictors—the global dimension, 2 aspects (intellect and culture), and 6 facets (intellectual efficiency, ingenuity, curiosity, aesthetics, tolerance, and depth)—were examined in relations with various organizational criteria such as traditional performance outcomes (task performance, contextual performance, counterproductive work behavior), turnover, leadership effectiveness, training performance, and adaptive performance. Our results support the idea that Openness facets could exhibit differential validity for many organizational outcomes.
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Journal of Personality Assessment, v. 96, issue 1, p. 76-86
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Woo, Sang E.; Chernyshenko, Oleksandr S.; Stark, Steve; and Conz, Gabriella, "Validity of Six Openness Facets in Predicting Work Behaviors: A Meta-Analysis" (2014). Psychology Faculty Publications. 1945.