Credit and Blame at Work

Exploring the psychological forces at play while you work.

Opportunity to take new, free, online "credit and blame" assessment

What's your credit and blame "type"?

I'm working with Performance Programs and Hogan Assessments on a new "Credit and Blame" style assessment that will be referred to in my upcoming 2011 book on the topic of Credit and Blame in the Workplace.

This assessment will provide valuable feedback about how you assign, and react to, credit and blame.

As we are in the process of developing this new assessment, we are currently offering the opportunity to take the "beta version" for free.

The assessment takes about 20 minutes to complete, and is administered online. The results are totally confidential and will not be shared with anyone.

If you volunteer to take the assessment, you will receive a personalized, confidential feedback report after we complete the validation of the instrument, likely within a few months.

To take the assessment:

GroupCode: 1203
Group Password: 3021

Thanks in advance for your participation, and I hope you will find the report valuable.  

Ben Dattner, Ph.D., is a workplace consultant, an industrial and organizational psychologist, and an adjunct professor at New York University.


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