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eTest was originally an online testing service for its founding company, Management Psychology Group, a professional industrial-organizational psychology firm in Atlanta, GA. Since that time, we have grown to serve an international community of companies helping them to improve and refine their selection, development and retention of people.

J. Martin Haygood, CEO

University of Alabama, B.S., Psychology
University of Alabama, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology

Martin Haygood  is a founder of  eTest  and Management Psychology Group. He consults with business leaders on executive selection, team development and organizational effectiveness . He has authored or co-authored, developed and validated a wide range of personality inventories and other psychometric instruments, including an optimism scale based on the work of Martin Seligman, the Universal  Analytical Reasoning Test (the UAR), a culture-fair, non-verbal measure of cognitive aptitude, the Business Check List (BCL) offered as the core of the standard eTest selection battery and the empirically-derived performance predictive scales of the BCL.  He has developed an innovative engagement process for organizations based on the principles of the emerging field of Positive Psychology.

 

Cheryl Zink, COO

Stetson University
University of Florida

Cheryl Zink joined eTest’s sister company, Management Psychology Group, in 1992 in an administrative capacity. She was instrumental in the growth of the company and assumed technical and customer service responsibilities for the original software installed system of test administration and subsequent online platform. She became the Director of Customer Support and Operations for eTest in 2000 and was promoted to President and COO in November, 2002. She has extensive administrative management and entrepreneurial experience and is heavily involved in the website development, management and client services activities of both companies.

Hodges L. Golson

Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S., Industrial Management
Georgia State University, M.S., Social Psychology
Georgia State University, Ph.D., Social Psychology

Hodges (Hodge) Golson is a founder of eTest and Management Psychology Group.  He is Board Certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in the specialty of Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Organizational/Business Consulting Psychology. He consults with CEOs on issues of leadership team effectiveness, leadership succession, executive selection and unique life-at-the-top questions and problems.  He is the author of many articles and white papers, including the books Influence for Impact and Active Leadership, the eTest Leadership Report and the Strengths Survey (a measure of character strengths and virtues to facilitate executive development).  He is also the co-author of the eTest Interview Guide, Developmental Report, Sales Report and Universal Analytical Reasoning Test (UAR). He developed the framework of the I-Competencies (Intellectual, Interpersonal, Integrity and Intensity) to differentiate between the competencies that are hard-wired and those that can be developed.

Douglas L. Griest

University of Tennessee, B.A., Psychology
University of Georgia, M.A., Clinical Psychology
University of Georgia, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology

Doug Griest is a founder of eTest and Management Psychology Group. He is a member of many professional associations and served a four-year term on the Ethics Committee of the Georgia Psychological Association. He is Past Chair of the Business & Technology Alliance of the Technology Association of Georgia. He consults with a wide range of companies on the selection and coaching/development of leaders, team effectiveness, and pre-employment screening in general. He has a particular interest in working with technology and professional organizations.

William J. Flanagan

Auburn University, B.A., Psychology
University of North Texas, M.S., Behavioral Medicine/Health Psychology
Georgia Institute of Technology, Ph.D., Industrial/Organizational Psychology

While in graduate school at Georgia Tech, Bill Flanagan interned with Management Psychology Group to gain practical experience in the field while finishing his dissertation and then joined the firm full-time after receiving his doctorate. He is now a partner in the firm and is also a member of the Georgia Psychological Association, the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and the American Psychological Association. His consulting focus includes executive assessment, selection/validation projects and team assessment. He has helped customize and validate a wide range of eTest applications.

Michele Ingram Mobley

Agnes Scott College, B.A., Psychology, Music
Georgia Institute of Technology, M.S., Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Georgia Institute of Technology, Ph.D., Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Michele Mobley balanced her liberal arts undergraduate education with a more technical and quantitative focus in industrial/organizational psychology at Georgia Tech. She was a consulting psychologist for Aon before joining Management Psychology Group. She is a member of the Society of Industrial/Organizational Psychology and  the American Psychological Association. She has extensive experience in competency modeling, selection system design and validation, employee attitude surveys and management assessment. She conducts job analysis and validation studies for eTest clients and helps them make sure that their selection processes are fair, valid, defensible and free from adverse impact.

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