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2014 SIOP Community of Interests (COI) Sessions

 
Presented by:

Christopher Cerasoli, The Group for Organizational Effectiveness, Inc. (gOE), Chair

Looking for a SIOP forum that is informal, insightful, and encourages audience participation? Communities of Interest allow you to meet new people, discuss new ideas, and have an active role at the forefront of a hot topic in I-O. There will be 11 outstanding Community of Interest (COI) sessions this year, specially designed to create new communities around common themes or interests. The sessions have no chair, presenters, discussant, or even slides. Instead, they are a casual discussion informally moderated by one or two facilitators with insights on the topic. These are great sessions to attend if you would like to meet potential collaborators, generate ideas, have stimulating conversations, meet some new friends with common interests, and develop an informal network with other like-minded SIOP members.

This year’s Communities of Interest (COI) are:

  1. Beyond Science: I-O to Inspire a Broader Impact. Facilitators: Lacie Barber, Assistant Professor, Northern Illinois University; and Mindy Shoss, Assistant Professor, Saint Louis University

    May 15, Room 328, 9:30-11:00 am
     
  2. Fostering Field-Based/On-the-Job Informal Learning. Facilitator: Christopher Cerasoli, Consultant, The Group for Organizational Effectiveness, Inc. (gOE) 

    May 16, Room 328, 7:30 - 9:00 am
     
  3. Assessment Gamification: Current Practice and Future Trends. Facilitators: Seymour Adler, Partner, Aon Hewitt; and Thomas Chamurro-Premuzic, VP Research & Innovation, Hogan Assessments 

    May 16, Room 328, 12:30-2:00 pm
     
  4. I-O in and Around Healthcare Organizations. Facilitators: Sylvia Hysong, Houston Center for Quality of Care and Utilization Studies; and Sallie Weaver, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine and Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 

    May 17, Room 328, 12:30 - 2:00 pm
     
  5. Broadcasting Individual Differences: Drawing Inferences Based on Social Media Profiles. Facilitators: Jamie Winter, Manager, Selection Solutions at Development Dimensions International; and Mike Zickar, Professor, Bowling Green State University 

    May 17, Room 328, 7:30-9:00 am
     
  6. Evidence Based Practice: How Empirical Findings Should Guide Us. Facilitators: Alison Eyring, CEO, Organisation Solutions; and Sven Kepes, Associate Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University 

    May 15, Room 328, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
     
  7. Fostering Positive Experiences for New Academics/Practitioners. Facilitators: Wendy Bedwell, Assistant Professor, University of South Florida; and Daniel Miller, Selection Analyst, CapitalOne

    May 15, Room 328, 2:00 - 3:30 pm 
     
  8. Using I-O to Help the Armed Forces and Veterans. Facilitators: Rose Hanson, Senior Director, Leadership & Organizational Consulting, pdri, a CEB company; and Maya Yankelevich, Senior Human Capital Consultant, pdri, a CEB company 

    May 16, Room 328, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
     
  9. Current and Emerging Directions in Employee Motivation/Engagement. Facilitators: John Donovan, Associate Professor Rider University; and Christine Corbet, Senior Consultant, Right Management 

    May 16, Room 328, 2:00-3:30 pm
     
  10. Promises and Pitfalls of Big Data in Organizations. Facilitators: Anthony S. Boyce, Senior Consultant, Aon Hewitt; and Todd Carlisle, Director of Staffing, Google

    May 16, Room 328, 9:00 - 10:30 am
     
  11. Navigating Romantic and Peer Relationships in I-O. Facilitators: Daisy Chang, Associate Professor, Michigan State University; and Mark Poteet, Independent Consultant
     
    May 17, Room 328, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm


 


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