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24th Annual Preconference Workshops, Friday Seminars, and Other CE Sessions 

24th Annual SIOP Preconference Workshops

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Morning Workshops  8:30 AM–12:00 PM            Afternoon Workshops  1:30 PM–5:00 PM

Two workshops, lunch, and a cocktail reception are included in the workshop price.

Two workshops, lunch, and a cocktail reception are included in the workshop price.
To attend the following workshops, you must preregister for two workshop sessions and receive confirmation that you are registered!  Please pick up your packet Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. or Wednesday beginning at 6:30 a.m. at the Registration desk (Napoleon Registration, 3rd Floor).

1. Communicating Organizational Strategy to Employees: Building Buy-In and Fostering Involvement. Heidi Keller-Glaze, ICF International; Courtney Partlow, ICF International; Suzanne Masterson, Sun Microsystems. Coordinator: Margaret Barton, U.S. Office of Personnel Management.

2. Reliability, Ratings, and Reality: Oh My! Dan Putka, HumRRO; James LeBreton, Purdue University. Coordinator: Mindy Bergman, Texas A&M.

3. Development in Place: Leveraging the Other 90% of Your Organization’s Talent. Cynthia McCauley, Center for Creative Leadership; Paul Yost, Seattle Pacific University. Coordinator: Wanda Campbell, Edison Electric Institute.

4. The Future of HR Metrics: It’s a Brave New World. Jay Jamrog, Institute for Corporate Productivity; Mary Ann Downey, Institute for Corporate Productivity. Coordinator: Linda Carr, Sun Microsystems.

5. Analyzing Survey Data: Choosing the Method and Message That Best Answers the Question. William H. Macey, Valtera Corporation; David A. Futrell, Eli Lilly and Company; Scott A. Young, Valtera Corporation. Coordinator: Robert Gibby, Procter and Gamble.

6. O*NET Products and Tools: What’s New and What’s Useful for Your Research and Practice. Dave Rivkin, National Center for O*NET Development; Phil Lewis, National Center for O*NET Development; Ken Pearlman, Independent Consultant. Coordinator: Tom Giberson, Oakland University.

7. Is That Really Any of Your Business? Privacy in the Workplace.  Donald L. Zink, Personnel Management Decisions. Coordinator: Amy Grubb, Federal Bureau of Investigations.

8. Diversity, Complexity, Uncertainty…Managing Them as Both Leadership and Change Challenges. Steve Krugg, Oliver Wyman; Órla NicDomhnaill, Oliver Wyman. Coordinator: John Howes, Nike.

9. Preparing the Play Book–Offense and Defense: Litigation Fundamentals and Statistical Analyses. Tony P. Rosenstein, Baker Botts, LLP; Joan Haworth, ERS Group. Coordinator: S. Morton McPhail, Valtera Corporation.

10. Selection of First-Line Supervisors: What We Know. Nancy Tippins, Valtera Corporation. Coordinator: Tim McGonigle, SRA International.

11. Exploring New Frontiers in Test Security: Approaches for Protecting Your Testing Program. Monica A. Hemingway, Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Inc.; Eugene Burke, SHL Group Limited; Dennis Maynes, Caveon Test Security. Coordinator: Liberty Munson, Microsoft Corporation.

12. Evidence-Based Approaches to Training Teams.  David Baker, Carilion Clinic; Eduardo Salas, University of Central Florida; Becky Beard, The Group for Organizational Effectiveness. Coordinator: Dwayne Norris, American Institutes for Research.

13. Financial and Accounting Concepts for I-O Psychologists.  David A. Lesmond, Tulane University. Coordinator: Bill Strickland, HumRRO.   

14. Managing I and O Work in a Union Environment: Lessons of Experience. Jerry Kehoe, Selection and Assessment Consulting; Lee Sanborn, Ford Motor Co (retired); Joseph Gafa, United Auto Workers (retired).  Coordinator: Deborah Whetzel, HumRRO.

15. The Psychology of Executive Coaching: Best Practices in Accelerating Learning. David B. Peterson, Personnel Decisions International. Coordinator: Kate Zimberg, Microsoft Corporation.


24th Annual SIOP Conference Friday Seminars

Friday,  April 3, 2009

To attend Friday Seminars, you must preregister for one or two and receive registration confirmation.

AM Sessions (8:30 AM–11:30 AM)
1.  Frontiers of Personality Research and Practice. (Session 116)

2.  Health and Safety: Research and Practice Issues. (Session 117)

PM Sessions (12:00 Noon–3:00 PM)
3. Making HR Measurement Strategic. (Session 157)

4. Illustrating Social Network Analysis's Potential for I-O: Workplace Interpersonal Affect.  (Session 158) 

Master Tutorials

One and one-half hours of CE are available for these two sessions:

Session 4: What SNA Means: Why I-O Psychologist Will Use SNA;  Deborah Peck, SEITY, Inc.

Session 169: Integrated Talent Assessment, Leadership Development, and Career Management; Charlie Brooks,     State Personnel Administration

Two hours of CE are available for these two sessions:

Session 29: Catching Up With the Supreme Court; Donald Zink, Personnel Management Decisions

Session 243: How to Score Biodata Measures: A Master Tutorial; Jeffrey Cucina, U.S. Customs and Border Protection


 Theme Tracks

(Receive 6 hours of CE credit for attending all Thursday sessions and/or 7 hours of CE for attending all Saturday sessions.)

Thursday: I-O Psychologists as Leading Edge in Evidence-Based Management

Session 2:   Opening Keynote: The First Ten Years of Evidence-Based Management—and the Next
Session 23:  EBMgt as a Decision Science: Fundamentals of Evidence-Informed Decisions
Session 39:  Practicing I-O Psychology From EBMgt Perspective—Is This What We Do Now?
Session 64:  Conducting Synthetic Reviews as a Basis for EBMgt Beyond Meta-Analyses
Session 69:  Teaching I-O From an EBMgt Perspective: Frameworks, Tools, and Lessons Learned
Session 95:  Closing Keynote: SHRM President Laurence (Lon) G. O’Neil

Saturday: Corporate Social Responsibility

Session 217:  Keynote: Corporate Social Responsibility as a Driver for Innovation and Opportunities
Session 237:  The CSR Trend in Global Business: Global Banks as Global Regulators
Session 241:  Behavioral Ethics: Linking Managerial Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Session 266:  Leadership for CSR/Sustainability: A Global Perspective
Session 286:  Public Engagement: Service Learning Projects in the Classroom
Session 289:  Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at Work: Examples of CSR Practices in Organizational Settings
Session 309:  The Science and Practice of CSR: What I-O Psychologists Can Contribute


Program Table of Contents