Distinguished Early Career Contribution Award (Science): Using Implicit Measures for Organizational Research
May 16, 2014, Room 309, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Presenter: Russell Johnson
Host: Mo Wang
Abstract: There is growing interest in the role of implicit content at work, or content that exists outside employees' awareness and control. To research such content, though, requires unique methods that differ from traditional survey items. The usefulness of word fragment completion tasks for assessing implicit content will be described.
Distinguished Early Career Contribution Award (Practice): Top 10 Things I Learned From Great I-Os
May 16, 2014, Room 309, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Presenter: Alexander Alonso
Host: Deb Cohen
Abstract: The influence of peers and mentors on one’s career ranges from direct guidance to interpersonal coaching for managing difficult situations. This session is designed to share key lessons learned from I-Os who have influenced countless others. An overview of how these lessons have been applied will also be provided.
M. Scott Myers Award: Team Dimensional Training: A Strategy for Guided Team Self-correction
May 17, 2014, Room 317B, 9:30 - 10:30 am
Presenters: Kimberly Smith-Jentsch, Dana Milanovich Costar, Stephanie Payne, Alicia Sanchez, Danielle Merket, Janis Cannon-Bowers, and Eduardo Salas
Host: David Baker
Abstract: A nine-year research program on best practices for debriefing teams culminated in the development of a strategy shown to improve learning in two high risk environments: Naval Submarine Warfare and NASA Mission Control. Guidelines will be shared with respect to conducting team debriefs and coordinating multi-organizational programs of research.
Distinguished Teaching Contributions Award: Teaching Beyond The Classroom: I-O Psychology Influence in Academe
May 15, 2014, Room 318A, 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Presenter: Elizabeth Shoenfelt
Host: Janet Kottke
Abstract: When thinking of teaching excellence, one likely thinks of classroom activities. However, I-O psychologists have a specialized skill set that we can use to positively influence the university community through teaching and applying I-O principles and theories outside the classroom. Three compelling examples from different contexts will be presented.
Distinguished Professional Contributions Award: Practicing I-O Psychology in the 21st Century
May 17, 2014, Room 309, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Presenter: Nancy Tippins
Host: Paul Thayer
Abstract: As the nature of work has changed rapidly in recent years, so too has the practice of I-O psychology. I-O practitioners must adapt quickly and find new ways of working by preparing to meet the challenges of practicing I-O psychology in the 21st century through continuous education and new experiences.