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Alice Eagly, winner of the 2011 Raymond A. Katzell Award in I-O Psychology, discusses winning the award and how she feels about the SIOP Foundation. To watch more SIOP Foundation videos, visit SIOP's YouTube channel!
SIOP and the SIOP Foundation are pleased to announce the addition of two new awards this year, the Wiley Award for Excellence in Survey Research and the Hogan Award for Personality and Work Performance.
The Wiley Award for Excellence in Survey Research. This award will recognize excellence and innovation in the design of employee or customer survey research methods or techniques, and also the use of survey results to impact organizational effectiveness and performance. Innovation and excellence can be visible in overall survey research purposes, instrument design, populations or samples surveyed, methods of survey administration, reporting of results, and/or in the use of survey results to affect positive organizational change.
The Hogan Award for Personality and Work Performance. This award acknowledges research that furthers the understanding of personality as it relates to job performance. The award will recognize the best paper on personality and job performance, published or unpublished, from the previous year.
For more information on criteria and nomination procedures, please view the award information online here.
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