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Friday Sessions by Content Area

Careers/Mentoring/Socialization/Onboarding/Retirement

100 Interactive Poster 1, 213-214, 8:00 AM
111 Essential Competencies for Early-Career Success as an Applied Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, Crystal Ballroom A/F, 8:30 AM
113 Career Development in “Today’s” Organizations: Research Perspectives on Contemporary Practice, Grand Ballroom B, 8:30 AM
172 Underemployment, 205, 1:30 PM
178 Business-Driven Career Development Programs, Salon A, 1:30 PM
206 The Science–Practice Gap: A Fishbowl Exercise Focused on Changing the Future, Salon B, 3:30 PM

Coaching/Leadership Development

105 Coach and Client Characteristics: The Individual Impact on Leadership Coaching, Salon B, 8:00 AM
112 Using Assessments to Build Leadership Competence in MBA Programs, Crystal Ballroom B/E, 8:30 AM
133 Weathering the Storm—Developing Thriving Leaders in a Down Economy, Crystal Ballroom B/E, 10:30 AM
137 The Missing Link in Strategic Talent Management: Managing Executive Transitions, Grand Ballroom B, 10:30 AM
164 Seeing Around Corners: Best Practices in Executive Coaching, Salon D, 12:00 PM
196 Master Collaboration: Leadership Development and Safety—Two Case Studies in Collaboration, 212, 3:30 PM

Consulting Practices/Ethical Issues

142 Organizational and Group Differences in Environmentally Responsible Employee Behaviors, Salon C, 10:30 AM
156 Applying Six Sigma for Building World-Class Selection Programs, Crystal Ballroom A/F, 12:00 PM

Counterproductive Behavior/Workplace Deviance

99 The Power of Sex: The Gendered Nature of Workplace Maltreatment, 212, 8:00 AM
132 Novel Interactive Approaches to Understanding Counterproductive Work Behavior, Crystal Ballroom A/F, 10:30 AM
157 Workplace Incivility and Support: Broadening Our Perspective on Targets, Crystal Ballroom B/E, 12:00 PM
175 Posters 1–13, Galleria, 1:30 PM
186 Interactive Posters 1–4, 213-214, 2:00 PM
189 Sexual Harassment: Some New Perspectives on an Old Problem, 202, 3:30 PM

Emotions/Emotional Labor

165 New Directions for Studying Individual Differences in Affect, Salon E, 12:00 PM
198 Understanding Emotion Regulation in Context, Crystal Ballroom B/E, 3:30 PM

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

192 P–E/P–O/P–J Fit, 205, 3:30 PM

Global/International/Cross-Cultural Issues

110 Developing a Global Mindset in Future Leaders, 210-211, 8:30 AM
114 Global Mindset as a Key Competency for Global Leadership Effectiveness, Salon A, 8:30 AM
125 Understanding Humanitarian Work Psychology Through Case Studies and Student Opportunities, 204, 10:30 AM
139 Going Global: Ensuring Successful Adaptation and Implementation of Preemployment Assessments, Grand Ballroom D, 10:30 AM
183 The Global Task Force for Humanitarian Work Psychology, 208-209, 2:00 PM
194 The Birth of the International Affairs Committee: Goals and Actions, 208-209, 3:30 PM

Groups/Teams

108 New Ideas in Team Development, 205, 8:30 AM
141 Advances in the Science and Practice of Team Composition, Salon B, 10:30 AM
162 Forging the Way Forward for Team Mental-Model Research, Salon B, 12:00 PM
166 Poster 1, Galleria, 12:30 PM
181 Current Perspectives on Leadership in Collective Work Arrangements, Salon D, 1:30 PM
205 A Discussion of Current Research on Multiteam Systems, Salon A, 3:30 PM

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

115 ”Let’s Talk”: Bridging the Gap Between Diversity Researchers and Practitioners, Salon C, 8:30 AM
126 Multigenerational Issues in Organizations, 205, 10:30 AM
150 Furthering LGBT Leadership and Employee Resource Group Development, 203, 12:00 PM
175 Poster 14, Galleria, 1:30 PM
176 Situational Moderators of Gender-Based Backlash, Grand Ballroom B, 1:30 PM
208 Leadership & Diversity: Science Meets Practice, Salon D, 3:30 PM

Innovation/Creativity

135 Posters 1–10, Galleria, 10:30 AM
152 Technology in the Workplace, 205, 12:00 PM
212 Do You Tweet? Social Media and the Implications for I-O Psychology, Crystal Ballroom C/D, 4:30 PM
 

Job Analysis/Job Design/Competency Modeling

147 Posters 1–8, Galleria, 11:30 AM

Job Attitudes/Engagement

104 Navigating the Recession: Managing Human Capital During the Economic Downturn, Grand Ballroom D, 8:00 AM
121 Posters 1–15, Galleria, 9:00 AM
144 Invited Speaker: Arnold Bakker, EAWOP President: Engaged Employees Create Their Own Great Place to Work, Salon E, 10:30 AM
147 Poster 9, Galleria, 11:30 AM
163 Identified Employee Surveys: Pros, Cons, What We Know/Don’t Know, Salon C, 12:00 PM
187 Beyond Engagement! What’s Next in the New Economic Climate?, Salon E, 2:00 PM
195 Multilevel Perspectives on Perceived Organizational Support, 210-211, 3:30 PM

Job Performance/Citizenship Behavior

106 Proactivity at Work: Applying Positive Psychology to Organizations, 201, 8:30 AM
121 Posters 16–32, Galleria, 9:00 AM
147 Posters 10–16, Galleria, 11:30 AM
154 Rethinking Role Breadth: Relationships to Antecedents and Outcomes, 210-211, 12:00 PM

Judgment/Decision Making

213 Posters 1–11, Galleria, 4:30 PM

Leadership

101 Leading the Way: Establishing the Right Path for Leadership Research, Crystal Ballroom C/D, 8:00 AM
102 SIOP’s Next 25 Years: What Lies Ahead?, Grand Ballroom A,  8:00 AM
109 Measuring Adaptability and Its Development: New Findings and Innovations, 206-207, 8:30 AM
129 Leadership Behaviors in Context: Considering Organizational Culture and Individual Differences, 210-211, 10:30 AM
130 Collective Leadership: Disentangling Collective Leadership From Collective Performance, 212, 10:30 AM
167 Evolution and the Problem With Modern Leadership, Grand Ballroom D, 12:30 PM
180 High-Potential Talent: Defining, Identifying, Assessing and Developing Future Talent., Salon C, 1:30 PM
203 Character: What Is It Good for?, Grand Ballroom C, 3:30 PM 

Legal Issues/Employment Law

96 Validity Versus Adverse Impact: Has Anything Changed?, 203, 8:00 AM
143 New Haven Discrimination Case: What Does It Mean for Us?, Salon D, 10:30 AM
148 At Odds Over Adverse Impact: Perils and Pitfalls in Statistical Reasoning Involving Discrimination, 201, 12:00 PM
166 Poster 2, Galleria, 12:30 PM
193 The OFCCP Curtain Unveiled: Time to Click Your I-O Heels, 206-207, 3:30 PM

Measurement/Statistical Techniques

124 Independence Day? New Developments in Dealing With Nested Data, 203, 10:30 AM
151 Using Surface Response Graphs to Visualize Interactions in Multidimensional Data, 204, 12:00 PM
170 Interactive Poster 1–4, 213-214, 1:00 PM
175 Poster 15, Galleria, 1:30 PM
184 More Measurement Concerns for the I-O Practitioner (and Researcher), 210-211, 2:00 PM
200 Posters 1–2, Galleria, 3:30 PM

Motivation/Rewards/Compensation

134 Why Do We Put Things Off? Self-Regulation, Task Characteristics, and Procrastination, Crystal Ballroom C/D, 10:30 AM
149 Self-Regulation in Work: The Why, Where, and How of Motivation, 202, 12:00 PM
213 Poster 12, Galleria, 4:30 PM

Occupational Health/Safety/Stress & Strain/Aging

127 Work Schedules and I-O Psychology: Industry, Organizational, and Employee Perspectives, 206-207, 10:30 AM
146 Interactive Posters 1–4, 213-214, 11:30 AM
158 Beneficial Forms of Social Support and Implications for Employee Well-Being, Crystal Ballroom C/D, 12:00 PM
207 Age in the Workplace: Positive Implications of an Older Workforce, Salon C, 3:30 PM

Organizational Culture/Climate

122 The Impact of Internal Customer Service on Organizations, Grand Ballroom D, 9:00 AM
135 Posters 11–27, Galleria, 10:30 AM
153 Earth and I-O: Implications for a Sustainable Workforce, 206-207, 12:00 PM

Organizational Justice

182 Are Justice and Injustice Qualitatively Distinct Concepts?, 206-207, 2:00 PM
188 Third Parties’ Reactions to Bad Behavior in Organizations, 201, 3:30 PM

Organizational Performance/Change/Downsizing/OD

138 Building Successful OD Programs. Lessons Not Learned in School, Grand Ballroom C, 10:30 AM
175 Posters 16–20, Galleria, 1:30 PM

Performance Appraisal/Feedback/Performance Management

97 A Cross-Cultural Strategic Performance Management Research Incubator, 204, 8:00 AM
147 Posters 17–31, Galleria, 11:30 AM
202 Adapting Performance Management Systems to Changing Times, Grand Ballroom B, 3:30 PM

Personality

200 Posters 3–29, Galleria, 3:30 PM

Research Methodology (e.g., surveys)

107 When Begging Is Not Enough: Detecting and Dealing With Nonresponse Bias to Organizational Surveys, 202, 8:30 AM
160 Interdisciplinary Research: Challenges and Solutions, Grand  Ballroom C, 12:00 PM
174 Reading Between Lines: Analyzing and Visualizing Organizational Text/Qualitative Data, Crystal Ballroom C/D, 1:30 PM
175 Posters 21–28, Galleria, 1:30 PM
211 Temporal Illusions in Cross-Sectional Research, 208-209, 4:30 PM

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

119 Leading Edge Consortium 2009 Reunion: Global Selection and Assessment, 208-209, 9:00 AM
123 Restructuring Organizations: Multiple and Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Salon B, 9:00 AM
136 Staffing High-Stakes Jobs: Implications of the Ricci Case, Grand Ballroom A, 10:30 AM
147 Poster 32, Galleria, 11:30 AM
166 Posters 3–22, Galleria, 12:30 PM
168 Defining Quality Hires: Evaluating Talent to Maximize Business Results, 204, 1:00 PM
177 Advancing Workforce Planning: Opportunities and Challenges, Grand Ballroom C, 1:30 PM
197 Solutions for Solving the Adverse Impact-Validity Dilemma, Crystal Ballroom A/F, 3:30 PM
201 User Reactions to and Perceptions of Computer-Mediated Assessment Tools, Grand Ballroom A, 3:30 PM

Strategic HR/Utility/Changing Role of HR

103 SIOP 2035—The Next 25 Years: Visions for the Future, Grand Ballroom C, 8:00 AM
116 Talent Management in the Turbulent Economy: Trends, Observations, and Prospects, Salon D, 8:30 AM
161 Implementing HR Solutions—How Can We Improve?, Salon A, 12:00 PM
166 Poster 23, Galleria, 12:30 PM
179 Getting Ready for the Economic Recovery: Opportunities and Insights, Salon B, 1:30 PM
210 The SHRM HR Education Survey: 2010 Update and Roundtable, 203, 4:30 PM

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

98 Town Hall, 208-209, 8:00 AM
145 Educating I-O Psychologists for Consulting and Business: A Skills-Based Perspective, 208-209, 11:30 AM
169 Supporting Practitioners and Those They Serve, 208-209, 1:00 PM
191 The Making of a Book in SIOP’s Professional Practice Series, 204, 3:30 PM
209 Navigating the Beltway: Early Career Path Perspectives From Washington Insiders, Salon E, 3:30 PM

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

118 Practice Meet Science, Science Meet Practice: Assessment Center Research Collaboration, 203, 9:00 AM
128 Revision of the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing, 208-209, 10:30 AM
131 Interactive Posters 1–4, 213-214, 10:30 AM
159 Cognitive Ability Testing: Exploring New Models, Methods, and Statistical Techniques, Grand Ballroom B, 12:00 PM
171 Selection System Obstacles: What Do I Do Now?, 203, 1:30 PM
173 Upgrading Your Assessment Practice, Crystal Ballroom A/F, 1:30 PM
185 Practical and Methodological Considerations for Medium-of-Administration Research, 212, 2:00 PM
204 Automated T&E Questionnaires: Practical Outcomes and Development Considerations, Grand Ballroom D, 3:30 PM

Training

100 Interactive Posters 2–4, 213-214, 8:00 AM
117 Advances in Training Evaluation Techniques, Salon E, 8:30 AM
140 Designing Quality Training Games: Moving From Research to Practice, Salon A, 10:30 AM
155 Transfer of Training: New Findings and New Directions, 212, 12:00 PM
190 From Terminal Master’s to PhD: Answering the Basic Questions, 203, 3:30 PM
213 Posters 13–25, Galleria, 4:30 PM

Work and Family/Non-Work Life/Leisure

120 Interactive Posters 1–4, 213-214, 9:00 AM
199 Going Beyond Traditional Conceptualizations Within Work–Family Research, Crystal Ballroom C/D, 3:30 PM