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SIOP 2012 Communities of Interest Sessions


There will be 13 outstanding Community of Interest (COI) 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.  These are great sessions to attend if you would like to (a) meet potential collaborators, (b) generate new ideas, (c) have stimulating conversations, (d) meet some new friends with common interests, and (e) develop an informal network with other like-minded SIOP members.  Topics for this year’s COI sessions include:   

I-O and Human Systems Integration (Howard Weiss, Purdue University, and Barbara Wanchisen, FBPCS)

Workplace Incivility (Vicki Magley, University of Connecticut, and Michael Leiter, Acadia University)

Future Directions in Work Motivation (Aaron Schmidt, University of Minnesota, and K.D. Zaldivar, Shell Oil)

Employment Interviews: Best Practices (Allan Huffcutt, Bradley University, and Mike Campion, Purdue University)

Work–Family Issues (Tammy Allen, University of South Florida,  and Andrew Biga, Procter and Gamble)

Employment Branding (Edward Zuber, University at Albany, SUNY, and Leo Brajkovich, Kenexa)

The Virtual Workforce (Andrea Goldberg, Digital Culture Consulting, LLC, and Tim Golden, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Corporate Social Responsibility (Daniel Turban, University of Missouri-Columbia, and David Jones, University of Vermont)

Strategic HRM (Greg Stewart, University of Iowa)

Faking and Personality Testing (Richard Griffith, Florida Institute of Technology, and Matthew O’Connell, Select International)

Developing Leadership in Organizations (Cindy McCauley, Center for Creative Leadership,  and Beverly Dugan, HumRRO)

Cross-Cultural Issues/Research (Linn Van Dyne, Michigan State University, and Patrick Kulesa, Towers Perrin)

Employment Law/EEOC (Arthur Gutman, Florida Institute of Technology, and Eric Dunleavy, DCI Consulting Group)