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Friday Sessions by Content Area

Careers/Mentoring/Socialization/Onboarding/Retirement

135 Unemployment in Economic Hard Times, Maurepas, 10:30 AM
136 Posters 1–7, Napoleon ABC, 10:30 AM
155 Onboarding Leaders: An Integrated Review, Best Practices, and New Research, Grand Ballroom D, 12:00 PM
165 Sisterhood of the Traveling Careers: I-O Women Psychologists’ Successful Transitions, Grand Ballroom B, 12:30 PM
183 Poster 1, Napoleon ABC, 1:30 PM
194 Getting to Know Your SIOP Fellows, Grand Ballroom B, 3:30 PM

Coaching/Leadership Development

127 Personality and 360-Degree Feedback: Integration and Real-World Implications, Borgne, 10:30 AM
179 Women and Leadership: Innovative Practices in Organizations, Grand Ballroom B, 1:30 PM

Consulting Practices/Ethical Issues

164 Tale of Two Towers: Increasing Ivory- and Corporate-Tower Collaboration, Grand Ballroom A, 12:30 PM
190 Preventative Maintenance: Using Research to Maintain an Ethical Culture, Borgne, 3:30 PM

Counterproductive Behavior/Workplace Deviance

124 Interactive Posters 1–4, Napoleon D1-D2, 9:00 AM
172 Exploring the Boundaries of Civility and Incivility, Oak Alley, 1:00 PM
192 New Directions in Counterproductive Work Behavior Research, Gallery, 3:30 PM

Emotions/Emotional Labor

166 Poster 1, Napoleon ABC, 12:30 PM
167 Interactive Posters 1–4, Napoleon D1-D2, 12:30 PM
170 Contextualizing Emotion Display Requirements and Their Outcomes, Gallery, 1:00 PM
183 Posters 2–3, Napoleon ABC, 1:30 PM

Employee Withdrawal (e.g., absence, turnover)/Retention

115 Future Directions in Voluntary Turnover Research, Grand Ballroom E, 8:30 AM
139 Employee Retention in a Tight Labor Market: Challenges and Solutions, Nottaway, 10:30 AM
173 Theory of Job Embeddedness and Applications to Predicting Employee Retention, Rhythms 1, 1:00 PM

Global/International/Cross-Cultural Issues

121 Issues in Cross-Cultural Personality Assessment, Rhythms 3, 8:30 AM
168 Evidence-Based White Papers: The Aging Workforce:  An International Collaboration Between EAWOP, IAAP, and SIOP, Napoleon D3, 12:30 PM
187 Fostering Effective International Practice and Research, Napoleon D3, 2:00 PM
202 Town Hall Meeting, Napoleon D3, 3:30 PM

Groups/Teams

122 Investigating Teams and Multiteam Systems: Selecting Game-Based Research Platforms, Maurepas, 9:00 AM
132 Causes and Consequences of Social Networks in Organizations, Grand Ballroom B, 10:30 AM
152 Insights on Teams at Work: Lessons From Collaborative Work on Team Development and Effectiveness, Armstrong, 12:00 PM
158 Illustrating Social Network Analysis’s Potential for I-O: Workplace Interpersonal Affect, Grand Couteau, 12:00 PM
184 Interactive Posters 1–3, Napoleon D1-D2, 1:30 PM
206 Multiteam Systems: Exploring an Emerging Organizational Form, Rhythms 2, 3:30 PM

Human Factors/Ergonomics

123 Poster 1, Napoleon ABC, 9:00 AM
184 Interactive Poster 4, Napoleon D1-D2, 1:30 PM

Inclusion/Diversity (e.g., sexual orientation, race, gender)

134 Racioethnicity in Organizations: Do Scientific Methods Reflect Practical Realities?, Grand Ballroom E, 10:30 AM
142 Threatened and Threatening: Unique Issues Facing Women at Work, Rhythms 2, 10:30 AM
161 Evidence-Based Diversity Management: Strategies for Managing Diverse Organizations, Rhythms 2, 12:00 PM
183 Poster 4, Napoleon ABC, 1:30 PM
196 Diversity Matters: New Findings Regarding Team Performance and Health, Grand Ballroom E, 3:30 PM
200 Interactive Posters 1–4, Napoleon D1-D2, 3:30 PM
201 Interactive Poster 4, Napoleon D1-D2, 3:30 PM

Job Analysis/Job Design/Competency Modeling

147 Job Analysis:  Overture, Theme, and Coda, Grand Ballroom B, 11:30 AM
183 Posters 5–10, Napoleon ABC, 1:30 PM
198 Prevent Organization Code Blue: Get CPR Certified (Competency Program Resurrection), Grand Couteau, 3:30 PM

Job Attitudes/Engagement

113 The Limits of Employee Engagement, Grand Ballroom B, 8:30 AM
123 Posters 2–31, Napoleon ABC, 9:00 AM
188 Overqualification: New Directions and Practical Implications, Rhythms 2, 2:00 PM
199 Relational Perspectives on Organizational Phenomena, Maurepas, 3:30 PM

Job Performance/Citizenship Behavior

126 Program Committee Invited Address: Dr. Peter Gollwitzer, Armstrong, 10:30 AM
148 Poster 1, Napoleon ABC, 11:30 AM
183 Poster 11, Napoleon ABC, 1:30 PM

Judgment/Decision Making

141 The Role of Decision Making in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Rhythms 1, 10:30 AM
166 Posters 2–6, Napoleon ABC, 12:30 PM

Leadership

106 Disaster Response Committee: The Role of I-O Psychologists in Disaster Recovery, Napoleon D3, 8:00 AM
108 Shared Leadership in Context: North American and European Perspectives, Waterbury, 8:00 AM
114 Methods for Success: An Examination of Critical Leadership Issues, Grand Ballroom D, 8:30 AM
130 COI: Leadership Talent Management, Gallier AB, 10:30 AM
133 Driving M and A Results: Talent Assessment and Leader Integration, Grand Ballroom D, 10:30 AM
148 Posters 2–29, Napoleon ABC, 11:30 AM
163 Leadership and Culture: Relationships Across Individual, Organizational, and Societal Levels, Waterbury, 12:00 PM
169 Integrated, Talent Assessment, Leadership Development, and Career Management, Borgne, 1:00 PM
195 Destructive Leadership:  Measurement, Antecedents, and Outcomes, Grand Ballroom D, 3:30 PM
215 Gender Differences in Leadership: Exploring the Effect of Context, Rhythms 3, 5:00 PM

Legal Issues/Employment Law

109 Invited Session: A Five-Year Journey With Coca-Cola, Armstrong, 8:30 AM
131 OFCCP: Then and Now, Grand Ballroom A, 10:30 AM

Measurement/Statistical Techniques

128 Time and Job Performance, Cornet, 10:30 AM
166 Poster 7, Napoleon ABC, 12:30 PM
175 S. Rains Wallace Dissertation Award: Exploring Curvilinear and Moderated Effects for the Antecedents of Voice, Salon 820/824, 1:00 PM
182 Advances in Item Response Theory, Maurepas, 1:30 PM
183 Posters 12–13, Napoleon ABC, 1:30 PM
200 Posters 2–20, Napoleon ABC, 3:30 PM

Motivation/Rewards/Compensation

104 Subconscious Goals, Self-Efficacy, Need for Achievement: The Latest Priming Research, Gallery, 8:00 AM
143 Goal Setting, Self-Efficacy and Performance: New Research Directions, Rhythms 3, 10:30 AM
166 Poster 8, Napoleon ABC, 12:30 PM

Occupational Health/Safety/Stress & Strain/Aging

117 Occupational Health and Safety: Current Directions in Research and Practice, Grand Couteau, 8:30 AM
159 Using Both Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches to Study Job Stress in China, Maurepas, 12:00 PM
178 COI: Occupational Health in Organizations, Gallier AB, 1:30 PM
186 Generational Differences at Work: Are the Causes Generational or Maturational?, Grand Ballroom A, 2:00 PM
191 The Next Generation: Unique Issues for Young Workers, Cornet, 3:30 PM
205 Personal Versus Process Safety: What’s the Difference?, Rhythms 1, 3:30 PM
216 The Contribution of I-O Psychology to Disaster Recovery, Waterbury, 5:00 PM

Organizational Culture/Climate

137 Interactive Posters 1–4, Napoleon D1-D2, 10:30 AM
140 Beyond Service—Delivering Intended Experiences: I-O and This New Economy, Oak Alley, 10:30 AM
156 “Working” Through Environmental Issues: The Role of the I-O Psychologist, Grand Ballroom E, 12:00 PM
189 Person–Environment Fit: Uses for Recruitment, Selection, and Beyond, Armstrong, 3:30 PM
214 Understanding Resistance to Change From Multiple Perspectives, Rhythms 2, 5:00 PM

Organizational Justice

174 Injustice and Recovery: Understanding Forgiveness at the Workplace, Rhythms 3, 1:00 PM

Organizational Performance/Change/Downsizing/OD

119 I-O Psychologist as a Change Agent: Lessons From the Trenches, Rhythms 1, 8:30 AM
151 Talent Management and Enterprise Software: Round 2, Oak Alley, 11:30 AM
177 Driving Culture Change From the Trenches, Cornet, 1:30 PM
193 Evolving Action Planning Programs, Grand Ballroom A, 3:30 PM

Performance Appraisal/Feedback/Performance Management

148 Poster 30, Napoleon ABC, 11:30 AM

Personality

116 Frontiers of Personality Research and Practice, Grand Chenier, 8:30 AM
148 Poster 31, Napoleon ABC, 11:30 AM
150 Personality and Within-Individual Relationships: New Research Findings and Directions, Nottaway, 11:30 AM
166 Poster 9, Napoleon ABC, 12:30 PM
183 Poster 14, Napoleon ABC, 1:30 PM
207 Trait, Criterion, and Situational Specificity in Personality–Job Performance Relations, Rhythms 3, 3:30 PM

Research Methodology (e.g., surveys)

123 Poster 32, Napoleon ABC, 9:00 AM
166 Poster 10, Napoleon ABC, 12:30 PM
200 Posters 21–30, Napoleon ABC, 3:30 PM
208 Yakitiyack Don’t Talk Back: New Perspectives on Survey Action Planning, Waterbury, 3:30 PM

Staffing (e.g., recruitment, applicant reactions, selection system
design, succession planning, workforce planning)

111 Innovations in Workforce Readiness Assessment, Cornet, 8:30 AM
145 Effective Succession Planning: A Journey, not a Destination, Borgne, 11:30 AM
183 Posters 15–18, Napoleon ABC, 1:30 PM
211 Technology Leaders Discussion: Trends Impacting Industrial-Organizational Psychologists, Cornet, 5:00 PM

Strategic HR/Utility/Changing Role of HR

105 The Talent Imperative:  Pursuing Strategy Driven Talent Management, Grand Ballroom A, 8:00 AM
112 COI: Evidence-Based Management, Gallier AB, 8:30 AM
118 The Zeitgeist of the Future, Oak Alley, 8:30 AM
125 “Brand” New I-O:  Building and Managing the I-O Psychology Brand, Napoleon D3, 9:00 AM
136 Poster 8, Napoleon ABC, 10:30 AM
146 Using Internal Customer Service Assessment to Drive HR Effectiveness, Cornet, 11:30 AM
157 Making HR Measurement Strategic, Grand Chenier, 12:00 PM
166 Poster 11, Napoleon ABC, 12:30 PM
176 Beyond Great Data: Helping Line Managers Make Better Talent Decisions, Armstrong, 1:30 PM
181 Transforming Organizations to Green Sustainability: What Can Psychology Contribute?, Grand Ballroom E, 1:30 PM
197 Human Capital Risk Management: Models and Applications, Grand Chenier, 3:30 PM
200 Poster 31, Napoleon ABC, 3:30 PM
210 Making HR Metrics Work in Your Company, Borgne, 5:00 PM
213 Applying I-O Tools to Achieve Strategic Results, Rhythms 1, 5:00 PM

Teaching I-O Psychology/Student Affiliate Issues/Professional Development

120 Random Walks Down Memory Lane: Career Paths in I-O Psychology, Rhythms 2, 8:30 AM
153 Maximizing Learning From Your Graduate Internship: Lessons From the Trenches, Gallery, 12:00 PM
204 Teaching “Interactive-Intensive” Topics in Online Settings, Oak Alley, 3:30 PM

Testing/Assessment (e.g., selection methods, validation, predictors)

110 Measuring Complex Dimensions With Executive Assessment Centers: Challenges and Solutions, Borgne, 8:30 AM
144 Bringing Assessment in the Federal Government Into the 21st Century, Waterbury, 10:30 AM
154 COI: Test Development & Validation, Gallier AB, 12:00 PM
166 Poster 12, Napoleon ABC, 12:30 PM
180 Developing and Sustaining Selection and Assessment Programs: The Insiders’ View, Grand Ballroom D, 1:30 PM
183 Posters 19–27, Napoleon ABC, 1:30 PM
185 Cognitive Approaches to Understanding Faking on Self-Report Tests, Waterbury, 1:30 PM
200 Poster 32, Napoleon ABC, 3:30 PM
209 The Future of SJTs: Where Do We Go From Here?, Oak Alley, 4:30 PM

Training

107 Innovations in Adaptive Simulation-Based Assessment, Training, and Feedback, Nottaway, 8:00 AM
138 New SIOP Web Initiative: Enhancing Member Communication via Blog-Based Technologies, Napoleon D3, 10:30 AM
160 Industry Spotlight: Applying I-O to Healthcare, Rhythms 1, 12:00 PM
166 Posters 13–29, Napoleon ABC, 12:30 PM
212 The Value of Science and Evidence to Practitioners and Organizations, Napoleon D3, 5:00 PM

Work and Family/Non-Work Life/Leisure

129 Exploring Allies, Enemies, and (Lack of) Boundaries in Work–Family Interactions, Gallery, 10:30 AM
136I Posters 9–31, Napoleon ABC, 10:30 AM
148 Poster 32, Napoleon ABC, 11:30 AM
149 Posters 1–4, Napoleon D1-D2, 11:30 AM
162 Leveraging Telework Sustainability: Examining the Impact of Program Characteristics, Rhythms 3, 12:00 PM
171 Multiple Paths in Driving Engagement Through Work–Life Flexibility, Nottaway, 1:00 PM
203 Academic and Practitioner Perspectives on Solutions to Work–to-Nonwork Conflict, Nottaway, 3:30 PM