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Discussing Teamwork in Tampa
The 2010 LEC, “Developing and Enhancing High-Performance Teams,” brought out some of the best and brightest in the teamwork field October 22 and 23 at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay in sunny Tampa, Florida!
Chaired by Gary Latham, with co-chairs Deb Cohen and Scott Tannenbaum, the 2010 LEC was a weekend full of excellent speakers, informative presentations, and numerous opportunities to participate in the discussion of high-performance teams.
Attendees heard from 11 speakers on topics ranging from virtual teams and team debriefs to shared team leadership and teamwork in healthcare both in the United States and the United Kingdom. Attendees came from across the United States and the world, with some traveling as far as France, South Korea, Chile, and the United Kingdom to attend the event.
To read more about this year’s LEC, click here. For photos of the event, visit the SIOP Exchange.
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Get Ready to Vote!
Voting for the newest additions to SIOP’s leadership will begin November 1, 2010. Voting members will receive an email at the beginning of November with instructions for voting and a list of the candidates. SIOP voting member will be choosing who will fill the following Executive Board positions:
2. Conference and Programs Officer: Includes the SIOP conference, workshops, Leading Edge Consortium, APA conference program, and APS conference program.
3. Communications Officer: Website, TIP, newsletters, e-mail and any other electronic communication including podcasts, blogs, bulletin boards, etc.
4. Research and Science Officer: Provides services and support to members involved in the conduct of basic and applied research, including administration of the SIOP small grants program, establishing relationships with funding agencies to promote I-O related funding, advocacy in funding agencies for SIOP research, writing of white papers on topics important to SIOP members; includes institutional research.
All of the
officer positions are three-year terms. Check the SIOP website in the following weeks for more information on the elections and candidates!
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SIOP Reviewer Deadline Nov. 5
Members who have volunteered to serve as reviewers for the 2011 SIOP conference should have already received an email providing links to sessions as well as general guidelines. If you have not already done so, reviewers should begin their review process.
Reviews are due by November 5, 2010,
no later than 5 p.m. Eastern Time.
To review, click here. You will then need to enter your SIOP Username and Password. If you have any problem accessing the website, contact the SIOP Administrative Office at 419-353-0032 or email@example.com.
SIOP received 1,467 submissions this year—an all-time record! We truly appreciate your willingness to review. The record number of submissions is testament to how the field of I-O and SIOP has grown and we thank all of the reviewers for your commitment to SIOP!
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Fellows Nominations Due Nov. 8
The deadline for nomination of SIOP Fellows has been extended to November 8, 2010. The Fellow Status nomination process is now online here. SIOP Members or Fellows can nominate and only online nominations will be accepted. Nominees for Fellow Status must:
• Be SIOP Members or International Affiliates for no less than 2 years at the time of election
• Have received their PhD at least 10 years previously, and
• Have made unusual and outstanding contributions to I-O psychology.
SIOP Fellows can come from all I-O areas and from all employment settings. APA (and SIOP) recognizes several bases for Fellowship: Research, Teaching, Administration, Professional Service, and Practice. Fellowship is recognition by one’s peers of that contribution, as Fellow nominees must be endorsed by at least 3 SIOP Fellows. The Fellowship Committee reviews all candidates and makes its recommendations to the SIOP Executive Committee. New Fellows will be announced at the 2011 SIOP Conference in Chicago.
Detailed procedures for nominating SIOP Fellows, and for APA and APS Fellowship, are available on the SIOP website. For additional information or clarification, please contact Wally Borman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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