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2010 Opening Plenary – VIDEO and AUDIO
Presenters: Kurt Kraiger and Eduardo Salas
SIOP Atlanta kicked off with the presentation of SIOP’s highest awards and the newest SIOP Fellows. The event was highlighted by the Presidential Address by Kurt Kraiger.
Surviving to Thriving: Seven Leaders Share Stories Worth Knowing- mp3 file
Presenters: Erica L. Hartman, Jennifer Thompson, Wendy S. Becker, Leaetta M. Hough, Patricia James, Kathleen Kappy Lundquist, Suzan L. McDaniel, Nancy A. Newton, Lisa Sandora
Research indicates that the path to leadership in organiza- tions is quite complex. This panel brings together women who have maneuvered the complexities of advancing to the upper echelons of leadership in their field. Topics to be discussed include how individual, family, and organi- zational factors impact one's path to leadership.
Sailing the Seas of Global Selection: Unique Challenges and Solutions- mp3 file
Presenters: Naina B. Bishop, Marlene Dunne, Robert E. Gibby, Emily J. Bailey, Andrew Biga, Dan Ispas, Matthew Fleisher, Richard T. Cober, Naina B. Bishop, Ash K. Buonasera, Joseph A. Jones, Scott E. Bryant
The globalization ship has sailed. I-O researchers and prac- titioners find themselves grappling with unique challenges as they apply U.S.-based selection systems around the world. In this session, 4 organizations share their adventures around the world of global selection, and the beginning of a compass emerges for practitioners and researchers.
2009 Conference - mp3 file
Leadership and Innovation: What We Know and Need to Know
Presenters: James L. Farr, Ronald Bledow, Ute R. Hulsheger, Neil R. Anderson, Jesus F. Salgado, Ronald Bledow, Bjoern Michaelis, Kizzy M. Parks, Jochen Menges, Karlheinz Sonntag, Ralf Stegmaier, Daniel P. McDonald, Sam T. Hunter, Lily Pesin, Christian Thoroughgood, Michael Frese
This symposium is based on the assumption that evidence-based leadership is a key leverage to improve the success rate of innovation. We quantitatively review empirical findings on the effectiveness of different lead- ership styles, present new empirical evidence, and discuss how future research can add value by testing recent theoretical propositions.
Some New Developments in the Study of Organizational Citizenship Behavior – mp3 audio file
Presenters: Nathan P. Podsakoff, Philip M. Podsakoff, Steven W. Whiting, Jim Link, Lisa Johnson, Deborah Butler, Mark G. Ehrhart, Lynn M. Shore, William H. Bommer, Bruce L. Rich, Valentina Kuskova, Stefanie E. Naumann, and Scott B. MacKenzie
Although there have been numerous studies published on OCBs, there are some areas that have been relatively neglected in this domain. The research presented in this symposium seeks to address these areas, including the causes and consequences of OCBs, the reciprocal nature of these behaviors, and group-level effects.
Innovations for Reducing Turnover via Personnel Selection– mp3 audio file
Presenters: John F. Binning, L. A. Witt, Rodger W. Griffeth, Brendan J. Morse, and Robert P. Tett
Turnover management is a critical need in most work set tings, but relatively little attention has been paid to the pre employment identification of turnover propensity among job applicants. The purpose of this panel discussion is to showcase some innovative theoretical and practical approaches to reducing turnover via personnel selection.
2008 Annual Conference Plenary Session: VIDEO
Presenters: Gary P. Latham and Lois E. Tetrick
SIOP San Francisco kicked off with the presentation of SIOP’s highest awards and the newest SIOP Fellows. The event was highlighted by the Presidential Address by Lois Tetrick.
Personality in the Workplace: Advances in Measurement and Assessment- mp3 file
Presenters: Jeffrey P. Thomas, Chockalingam Viswesvaran, Neil D. Christiansen, Brian S. Connelly, Stacy Davies, Deniz S. Ones, Adib Birkland,Filip Lievens, Jeffrey P. Thomas, Chockalingam Viswesvaran, Matthew J. Borneman, Nathan R. Kuncel, Thomas Kiger, Brian S. Connelly, Daniel S. Whitman, David L. Van Rooy, Alexander Alonso, Murray R. Barrick
New approaches to enhance the validity of personality assessments are explored. Issues on deciding appropriate predictor breadth, developing alternate approaches to assess faking, assessing the effects of faking on construct validity, the role of criterion matching, and mechanisms by which contextualizing assessments enhance validity are presented.
Program Committee Invited Address–Emotional Skills – mp3 audio file
Presenter: Paul Ekman
Five emotional skills will be described with examples of how they can be acquired: (a) becoming aware of the impulse to become emotional before acting; (b) becoming aware that you are acting emotionally once you have begun to do so; (c) identifying your own unique emotional profile, the way in which you experience your emotions; (d) recognizing signs of concealed emotions and signs of when emotions are first beginning in others; (e) using information about how others are feeling constructively.
What Happens After Job Loss? Process-Oriented Perspectives on Job Search – mp3 audio file
Presenters: Edwin A. J. Van Hooft, Frances M. McKee-Ryan, Angelo J. Kinicki, Mel Fugate, Zhaoli Song, Shuhua Sun, Connie R. Wanberg, Jing Zhu, Edwin A. J. Van Hooft, Ute-Christine Klehe, Jessie Koen, Aukje Nauta, Jelena Zikic, Edwin A. J. Van Hooft
Five studies conducted in 3 nations use longitudinal, experience-sampling, and multiple-source approaches for addressing the dynamics of job search. The individual studies focus on life-facet appraisals and coping with job loss, different search strategies, self-regulatory predictors of search intensity, and the role of stress and affect in the search process.
Adverse Impact: A Review of Practical, Statistical, and Legal Issues – mp3 audio file
Presenters: Arthur Gutman and Eric M. Dunleavy
Adverse impact is an important consideration for EEO enforcement, litigation, and affirmative action. This tutorial is intended to be a review and update for practitioners and academics, and will consider the history of adverse impact case law, its judicial scenario, enforcement guidelines, statistical issues, and recent special topics.
2007 Annual Conference Plenary Session: VIDEO
Presenters: Jeffrey Pfeffer, Lois E. Tetrick, and Jeffrey J. McHenry
Jeffrey Pfeffer is the Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior in the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University . He is the author or co-author of 10 books and more than 110 articles and book chapters. His most recent book, co-authored with Robert Sutton, is Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense:Profiting from Evidence-Based Management. Dr. Pfeffer is a member and Fellow of the Academy of Management and a member of the Industrial Relations Research Association. He has won the Richard D. Irwin award for Scholarly Contributions to Management as well as several awards for books and articles.
Special Event: Special Invited Event Sponsored by the SIOP Program Committee: Checking in With the Scientist-Practitioner Model: How Are We Doing? – mp3 audio file
Presenters: Daniel J. Beal, Deborah E. Rupp, Rosemary Hays-Thomas, Leaetta M. Hough, Daniel R. Ilgen, Gary P. Latham, Edwin A. Locke, Kevin R. Murphy, Nancy T. Tippins, Howard M. Weiss
SIOP is founded on the Scientist–Practitioner model, promoting both the generation of knowledge and the application of knowledge in practice. This panel brings together influential I-O psychologists representing differing backgrounds and viewpoints to discuss the success of the model, implications for graduate curricula, and the future of our field.
Symposium: Tying Career Orientations to Critical Outcomes in the New Career - mp3 audio file
Presenters: Douglas T. Hall,Sarah McArdle, Lea E. Waters, Douglas T. Hall, Jon P. Briscoe, Jon P. Briscoe, Jenny M. Hoobler, Kevin Andrew Byle, Rosina M. Gasteiger, Mel Fugate
Four empirical studies are presented that are among the first to link the constructs of the “new career” to practical outcomes. The symposium explores how people holding the protean career orientation or who demonstrate career “employability” fare in terms of turnover intention, reemployment, transformational leadership, and career success.
2007 Leading Edge Consortium - VIDEO
Built for Innovation: Creating Organizations That Are Changeable
Presenter: Edward Lawler
Organizations are built to perform, not to innovate. But in today’s highly competitive business environment, organizations must be ready to innovate and change frequently. Organizations cannot sustain excellent performance unless they embrace change and innovation. Instead of striving to create a highly reliable Swiss watch that consistently produces the same behavior, organizations need to be designed in ways that stimulate and facilitate change. The focus of the session will be on identifying practices and designs that organizations can adopt so that they are able to innovate.
A Frank Discussion of Adverse Impact– mp3 audio file
Sheldon Zedeck, Nancy T. Tippins, Paul J. Hanges, James L. Outtz, Paul R. Sackett, Kevin R. Murphy, Pennsylvania State University, Discussant
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