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Exhibitor Showcase Schedule

 
 

Thursday

 
 Participant  Title  Presenters  Description
 
10:00-11:00 am
 

Multi Health Systems

Emotional Intelligence is to Leadership as Beef is to a Texas BBQ!
 
Katie Ziemer, MOrgPsych
Manager, Research & Development
Performance Assessments Division
Emotional Intelligence has long been a natural and empirical sidekick to leadership. Leaders who emotionally connect with colleagues galvanize commitment to achieve outstanding organizational results. Explore with new leadership research the connections between emotional intelligence and critical leadership skills, and how the absence of such skills contributes to leadership derailment.
 
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

SIOP Branding

SIOP Branding Task Force Update SIOP Branding Task Force, Chris Rotolo, Chair An overview of the rebranding efforts SIOP has undertaken over the last year and insights into expectations for the next year. This project is focused on improving the manner by which SIOP and I-O are represented to external audiences such as the media, business, government agencies, and university administrators.
 
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

SIOP Placement Center

 

Making the Most of Your Placement Center Experience at SIOP Adam Hilliard, SIOP Placement Center Chair Job searches can be daunting. This presentation, sponsored by the Placement Center, is for Placement Center enrollees, those considering Placement, or anyone looking to improve their ability to find and land their dream job at SIOP. Job searching advice, suggestions specific to SIOP, and Q&A about job searches are included.
 
1:00-2:00 pm

PSI Services, LLC

Public Safety: Innovative Approaches to Selecting Police and Fire-Rescue Personnel Drs. Joseph Abraham and Brad Schneider, PSI Services LLC Law enforcement and fire-rescue selection and promotional processes remain one of the most challenging areas of industrial psychology. In fact, there is perhaps no other industry where the need for exceptional quality of hire, mitigation of risk, and overall scrutiny is greater. In this session, we present innovative solutions for selecting top quality individuals, engaging the candidate, and reducing exposure to risk. In addition to advancements in technology, we provide real world insights gained from a case study with one of the largest agencies in the nation.
 
2:00-3:00 pm

Qualtrics

Technology that Drives Your Assessments Jordan Plater and Jeff Harvey, Directors of Qualtrics 360
 
Qualtrics 360 is a ground-breaking technology that allows organizations to launch multi-rater assessments by designing your own forms, configuring your own reports and customizing your rater options.
 
3:00-4:00 pm

SIOP Professional Practice Book Series

Valued Talent Management Highlights from the Latest Professional Practice Series Books Editors Allen I. Kraut, Seymour Adler, John Scott, Rob Silzer, and Nancy Tippins The last three SIOP Professional Practice Series books covered many aspects of acquiring and developing high talent management.  In this session, the Editors of the books will report what their readers have found most useful, and add their own thoughts on how to get the most value from these volumes.
 
4:00-5:00 pm

SIOP Organizational Frontiers Book Series

Using I-O Psychology for the Greater Good Editors and Contributors, including Julie B. Olson-Buchanan, Laura Koppes Bryan, Lori Foster Thompson, Jaime Henning, Erika Carello Lopina, Rick Jacobs, Joel Bennett, Alexander Gloss, Virginia E. Schein, and Eden King A new, boundary-spanning Frontiers volume examines the relevance of I-O psychology to societal well-being in the corporate context, nonprofit domain, and humanitarian work psychology. The top scholars in this emerging field present the cutting-edge research and frontiers for future research in this volume.
 

Friday

 
9:00-10:00 am

Lepley Executive Search Consultants

Building the world's best leadership practice: An Alliance between Kaisen and Deloitte Marisa Paterson, Kaisen Consulting; Robert Myatt, Kaisen Consulting; Neil Neveras, Deloitte Consulting, LLP; Diane Lepley, Lepley Executive Search Consultants
 
Kaisen Consulting brings a powerful combination of business understanding and psychological expertise to their client organizations. They help achieve measurable business results. Kaisen is launching a US based practice. We will use our time together to share their story and answer questions you have about consulting in an international company.
 
10:00 am-11:00 pm

 CPP Inc.

Creating a Powerful Workforce: The Innovative Use of Personality Assessments to Inspire Others Michelle Johnston, Director of International Business Development, CPP, Inc., and
Rebecca Rentzel, Worldwide Training & Development Director, McDonald's Corporation
Our presenters review the research supporting use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and FIRO-B® assessments to increase influence and inspiration, and describe how McDonald's' successfully applied these tools to inspire employees. You'll receive a flash drive containing resources and an opportunity to test-drive both assessments, complete with a free interpretation.
 
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Multi Health Systems

Emotional Intelligence is to Leadership as Beef is to a Texas BBQ!
 
Katie Ziemer, MOrgPsych
Manager, Research & Development
Performance Assessments Division
Emotional Intelligence has long been a natural and empirical sidekick to leadership. Leaders who emotionally connect with colleagues galvanize commitment to achieve outstanding organizational results. Explore with new leadership research the connections between emotional intelligence and critical leadership skills, and how the absence of such skills contributes to leadership derailment.
 
12:00-1:00 pm

Qualtrics

 

Technology that Drives Your Assessments Jordan Plater and Jeff Harvey, Directors of Qualtrics 360 Qualtrics 360 is a ground-breaking technology that allows organizations to launch multi-rater assessments by designing your own forms, configuring your own reports and customizing your rater options.
 
1:00-2:00 pm

Fenestra/Sandra Hartog

Making the Move to a Technology-Enhanced Assessment Center Sandra B. Hartog, Ph.D., President and CEO, Fenestra, Inc., Lynn G. Collins, Ph.D., EVP and Chief Scientist, Fenestra, Inc., Matthew R. Tonken, SVP, Talent Management Solutions, Fenestra, Inc. Considering making the move from a traditional assessment center to a technology-enhanced center?  This showcase focuses on important areas to inform your decision-making.  We’ll review factors necessary to make the move and present a series of steps to translate a traditional center to a technology-enhanced center using the Fenestra platform.
 
2:00-3:00 pm

SIOP Organizational Frontiers Book Series

Modern Research Methods for the Study of Behavior in Organizations Editors and Contributors, including Jose M. Cortina, Ronald S. Landis, Mo Wang, Nikos Dimotakis, and Cory Adis This session will provide a summary of the recently published "Modern Research Methods for the Study of Behavior in Organizations." The Editors, Jose Cortina and Ron Landis, will provide an overview of the book, and three chapter contributors will speak about Latent Class Procedures, Experience Sampling, and Neuroimaging.
 
3:00-4:00 pm

Denison Consulting, LLC

Leading Culture Change in Global Organizations: Aligning Culture and Strategy Daniel Denison, Chairman and Founder, Denison Consulting Culture is a business issue. An organization's ability to grow, operate efficiently, and produce quality products and services depends on it. This presentation will discuss how an organization's mindset, behaviors, routines, and business systems impact organizational culture and how its ability to successfully drive culture change links to business performance.
 
4:00-5:00 pm

Shaker Consulting Group

Candidate-Centric Assessment Innovation Michael J. Hudy, Ph.D., Vice President, Chief Selection Experience Scientist If you don’t like Likert, Stop, Look, and Listen.  People spend hours a day on the web.  Robust assessment experiences can draw candidates in, keep their attention, and offer complexity that shows you want them to take your job seriously as well.  Engage, educate, and evaluate your candidates with innovative simulations.
 
 

Saturday

 
10:00-10:30 am

Ray Sanders Performance

Special Entertainment Ray Sanders, a.k.a. The Turkey Baster
 
A school band director and musician, Ray Sanders (a.k.a., The Turkey Baster) will perform at the Exhibitor Showcase recognizable classics such as The William Tell Overture, Flight of the Bumble Bee, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, and Stars & Stripes Forever on a turkey baster (yes, the kitchen utensil). Click here for more information.
 

 

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