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5th Annual SIOP Leading Edge Consortium 2009  

Leading Edge of Selection and Assessment in a Global Setting 

Denver, CO
Hyatt Regency Tech Center
October 16-17, 2009

General Chair:
Lois Tetrick

Practice Chair:
Tanya Delany

Science Chair:
Ann Marie Ryan

2009 LEC Partnership Opportunities 


Purchase 2009 DVD

Two new LEC features:

Learning Lab                            Job Board



 Hotel Information  

 Shuttle 

 Speakers

 Networking Dinners

AGENDA

Continuing Education Credits

 2009 LEC Partners

 2009 Online Resources

 

With large and small organizations engaged in business around the world, managing selection processes requires a global perspective.  This consortium will bring together expert advice and business leaders to address how to design and implement selection processes on a multinational scale.

Despite over a century of research on how to design selection tools, it is only in the past decade that considerable advances have been made in understanding and addressing the challenges of worldwide selection systems.  The consortium will be devoted to the latest practice and research on issues such as how and when to implement cultural, linguistic, and/or national adaptations to tools and processes; how to manage different legal and labor environments; and how to anticipate and address common challenges in implementing selection system change in multiple countries.  Global leaders in pursuing best practices in global selection will share their learnings from surmounting challenges in multinational system design and implementation.

LEC 2009 attendees will be provided anumber of opportunities for interactive sessions designed to share knowledge and experiences, including the nuts and bolts of developing global selection systems, insights on the latest global assessment trends, and tips for implementing and managing global systems. 

The LEC begins with a welcome reception at 7:30 PM on Thursday. Programming starts on Friday at 8:30 AM. Lunch is scheduled at noon with programming continuing until 5:00 PM. Friday evening a reception is scheduled at 5:30 and networking dinners will be held at 7:00 PM. Programming on Saturday runs from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM with lunch served at noon.

Register Today!

Registration: $425 on or before August 28 and $495 thereafter. Consortium includes breaks, lunch on Friday and Saturday and receptions on Thursday and Friday evenings.
 

 Current Speaker List

Matt Barney, Head of Leadership Development, Infosys Technologies
Dave Bartram, Research Director, SHL Group Ltd.
Eric Braverman, Senior Director of Assessment/Selection, Merck
Todd Carlisle, Google

Joe Colihan, IBM
Scott Erker, SVP, Selection Solutions, Development Dimensions International
Mike Fetzer, Vice President of Product Development, Previsor
Robert Gibby, Global Practice Leader of Employee and Organization Research and Sensing, Procter & Gamble
Adam Malamut, Vice President, Talent Management, Marriott International, Inc.
Rod McCloy, Principal Staff Scientist, Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO)
Kerry Olin, Microsoft
Karen B. Paul, 3M
Matt Redmond, President, Redmond Leadership Consulting, LLC
Doug Reynolds, Vice President, Assessment Technology, Development Dimensions International
Nancy Tippins, President, Selection, Valtera
Kristie Wright, Director of Talent Planning & Executive Assessment, Cisco’s Center for Collaborative Leadership, Cisco Systems, Inc.


 Read more about this year's LEC:

Kristie Wright of Cisco Systems and Todd Carlisle of Google Keynote on Topic of Global Selection and Assessment

LEC Spotlight: I-O and Clinical Assessment Methodologies

Microtrends in Global Staffing 

Sharpening the Leading Edge 

From Written to Web 

 


 

2008 Fall Consortium (Purchase 2008 DVD here)  

2007 Fall Consortium (Purchase 2007 DVD here)

2006 Fall Consortium  (Purchase 2006 DVD here)

SIOP Fall Consortium 2005 (Purchase 2005 DVD here)

 

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