Mosaic Personality Tasks was developed by three experienced Registered (with the Health Care Professions Council) Occupational Psychologists and associate fellows of the British Psychological Society – Alan Howard, Max Choi and Johnny Mitchell. Together we have 80-years of experience in Occupational Psychology, much of it in psychometrics. We are supported by a team of IT experts and administrative support. We have a growing team of expert suppliers located across the globe.
Why develop Mosaic Personality Tasks?
We embarked on this journey several years ago as we believed that there was a fairer, more objective way to measure personality. We wanted to develop an assessment which did not rely on what the individual already knew about themself.
However, we also wanted to be transparent and ensure that users could compare their own view of their personality against our objective behavioural measure. This gives the individual the opportunity to compare and contrast.
Finally, we wanted to measure the personality using the accepted big-5 personality traits and a range of underlying facets for each trait. In short, provide an output which was familiar and research-based.
We are please to say that after several years of research we achieved all of these aims.
About the team
- Registered Occupational Psychologist with experience in a variety of Occupational Psychology fields including human factors and training & development.
- Over the years Johnny has had a focus on product development , with an interest in merging games & psychology.
- Registered Occupational Psychologist who has worked mainly in Assessment & Development for over 20 years.
- Focus on psychometric development innovations. With Max Choi, Alan has co-authored 3 situational judgement tests that have been completed by participants from over 100 countries.
- Registered Occupational Psychologist working mainly in Assessment & Development.
- Focus on innovations in psychometric development and global leadership. Max initiated and acted as co-convener for a BPS working group to produce the UK Assessment Centre Standards which were published in 2015.