Essential Competencies for I-O Psychologists’ International/Global Engagement (Panel Discussion/80 minutes)
I-O professionals are initiating, leading, and supporting global work activities, both in person and virtually. I-O professionals must be prepared for these unique work contexts (i.e., foreign, global, and virtual). An expert panel of practitioners and academics will discuss essential competencies for successfully navigating administrative, political, interpersonal, and contextual factors.
José M. Peiró
Post-COVID19: Opportunities for People in the new Global World of Work (Special Event/80 minutes)
Thursday, April 15: 3:30-4:50
What will the world look like after COVID19? Will the changes that we are living now stay after the pandemic is resolved? In this session a panel of 4 experts discuss the opportunities of a Post-COVID19 global world of work in terms of remote work, managerial competences, opportunities for diversity, and how organizations and people are experiencing this transition.
Sonja Sackmann, PhD (Germany)
Christine Ipsen, PhD (Denmark)
Lisa Gulick , PhD (Australia)
Ludmila N. Praslova, Ph.D., SHRM-SCP (USA)
Post-COVID19: Societies and Organizations in the new Global World of Work (Special Event/80 minutes)
Thursday, April 15: 5:00-6:20
What will the world look like after COVID19? What are the silver linings of these unexpected changes? In this session a panel of 6 experts discuss the opportunities of a Post-COVID19 global world of work in terms of workplace design, geography, and community planning and governance, global teamwork, high tech organizations, microbusinesses, and our role in the global south and working poverty.
Alice M. Brawley Newlin
Zachary N.J. Horn
Melissa D. Steach