SIOP 2011 Communities of Interest Sessions
These are sessions designed to create new communities around common themes or interests. These sessions have no chair, presenters, or discussant. Instead, they are informally moderated by one or two facilitators. All Community of Interests are held in PR2.
Session 16: Performance Management. Elaine Pulakos, PDRI; and Ryan O’Leary, PDRI.
Session 38: Succession Planning. Kevin Nash, Aspen OD Consulting; and Kristie Wright, Cisco.
Session 57: Coaching for Employee Development. Magda du Preez, Informed Talent Decisions; and Raymond Noe, The Ohio State University.
Session 81: Developing an HR Strategy. Ken Brown, University of Iowa; and Leslie Joyce, Novelis.
Session 119: Virtual Teams. Tim Franz, St. John Fisher College; and Stephen Zaccaro, George Mason University.
Session 142: Applicant Faking in Personality Testing. John Donovan, Rider University; and Rich Griffith, Florida Tech.
Session 161: Online Testing. Fritz Drasgow, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; and Robert Gibby, Proctor & Gamble.
Session 178: The Employment Interview: Best Practices and Potential Pitfalls. Michael Campion, Purdue University; and Allen Huffcutt, Bradley University.
Session TBA: Compensation. Joseph Martocchio, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Session TBA: Leadership and the Assessment of Leadership Potential. Bob Hogan, Hogan Assessment Systems; and Bob Muschewske, PDI.
Session TBA: Environmental Sustainability. Ann Huffman, Northern Arizona University; Chelsea Willness, University of Saskatchewan; and Stephanie Klein, Previsor.
Session TBA: Shifting an Organization From Current to Desired Culture. Dan Denison, Denison Consulting.