Since joining the company in 2005, Dr. Keith Francoeur has been involved with thousands of assessments, from the individual contributor to the executive level, for domestic and global organizations of diverse industries and sizes, from small non-profits to Fortune 500 companies.
In addition to performing assessments personally as a practitioner-scientist, he is responsible for training and managing PCI’s global assessment team and modifying PCI’s assessment battery, reporting, and product offerings based on the latest research.
Keith received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire in 1997, a Master of Arts in Psychology from Boston University in 2000, and a Doctor of Psychology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2008. His dissertation leveraged archival assessment data from PCI and examined the relationship between an individual’s personality and their leadership style. He is currently a member of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), where he has presented research on the predictive power of PCI’s assessments at the annual conference.
Born and raised in New Hampshire, Keith moved to Boston and then Western Pennsylvania to pursue his graduate degrees. After spending almost 18 years away, he moved back to the Northeast last year and now works remotely in New London, Connecticut. In addition to rescuing animals, he is passionate about learning, especially as it relates to the structure and predictive power of personality and sharing those insights with candidates and clients.