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Preconference Workshops Add Even More Value to the SIOP 2016 Conference

2/10/2016-

by SIOP Administrative Office

The Workshops Committee, chaired by Emily Solberg, has put together a day packed with valuable professional development for the Preconference Workshops on Wednesday, April 13!

23 leading experts in I-O and related fields are presenting 10 workshops on everything ranging from leadership development to data visualization and using live experiments. Sessions on legal updates and the best new thinking in I-O can provide the platform for a deeper dive into individual subjects at the conference.

Preconference Workshops

  • Data Visualization - Eric Doversberger & Evan Sinar
  • Legal Updates - Kathleen Lundquist, Lawrence Ashe, and Kelly M. Dermody
  • Preparing Leaders for the Future - David Peterson & Karen May
  • Rich Media Simulations - Suzanne Tsacoumis & Eugene Burke
  • Engagement - Ben Schneider & John Meyer
  • Validation Strategies - Calvin Hoffman & Piers Steel
  • The Best New Thinking in I-O (Summary of Recent Articles) - Eden King & Tracy Kantrowitz
  • Personality-Based Leadership Development - Rob Kaiser & Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
  • Using Live Experiments in your Organization - Stacey Valy Panayiotou, Tiffany Poeppelman, & Dan Heasman
  • Experience-Driven Leadership Development - Morgan McCall, Jeff McHenry, & Mary Mannion Plunkett

Additional details about all the workshops is available here.

Workshop registration includes 2 workshops, providing 7 CE credits, and access to the presentation decks for all 10 workshops.  All workshops are half-day sessions and will be presented twice, once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Registrants each select two workshops in which to participate. Find more about CE credits here.

The value-packed day also provides opportunities for networking, including morning coffee and snacks, lunch, and an evening reception with an open bar and California wine tasting.

Registration for SIOP members is just $450. The non-member price is $750. Additional guest tickets for the reception may be purchased at the door for $50. The Workshop Committee and the SIOP AO have created a resource page to help you make a business case for attending. Find it here.

Register today. Space is limited and registration for the workshops is on a first-come, first-served basis.  And if you register for the conference by February 17, you will get the early registration discount.  If you have not registered for the conference yet, just add the workshops to your registration.  If you’ve already registered, visit the Attendee Service Center to add them.

Why Should You Attend?

  • Update your skill set and gain access to the latest thinking in I-O.
  • Interact directly with leading experts in the field.
  • Explore complex topics in a truly in-depth, engaging way.
  • Network with other I-Os who share similar interests.
  • Mingle with prominent I-Os at the legendary evening reception.

Emily Solberg and the SIOP Workshop Committee look forward to seeing you in Anaheim on April 13!