SIOP LEC 2021

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Sign up today for SIOP 2022 Preconsortium workshops. There will be a morning (8:30am-noon EDT)  and an afternoon (1:30-5:00pm EDT) session held Thursday, October 6, at the Loews Atlanta. Attendees can opt to take one or two. Contact SIOP at siop@siop.org if you have questions.

You must register for the consortium to sign up for Preconsortium Workshops

Note: These workshops are under review for 3.5 continuing education credits each for psychologists and human resource professionals. 

LEC Workshops

Workshop 1: Workplace Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, & Belonging: New Perspectives, Insights, and Actions

Presenters

  • Chris Lovato, PhD, Director, Human Capital Insights, Medtronic
  • Gena Cox, PhD, President, Feels Human, LLC 
  • Jane Wu, PhD, Associate Partner, Talent Transformation, IBM Consulting 
  • Sheri Feinzig, PhD, Strategic Workforce Planning & Analytics COE Leader, MarshMcLennan

Coordinator: 
Rose Hanson

Workshop Abstract
This workshop is designed to bring participants an up-to-date view of how the conversation and action about “inclusion and diversity” in the workplace have evolved over the last two years. Presenters will share lessons of experience about what works and what is needed to drive strategically-aligned, enterprise-wide Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Belonging (IDEB) work in 2022 and beyond. This workshop will offer implications for both practice and applied research.

Learning Objectives: This workshop is designed to help participants:

  • Gain insights from case examples and applied research for driving enterprise-wide IDEB outcomes in a disrupted work-world.
  • Understand the key actions that are necessary to drive sustainable IDEB outcomes.
  • Learn about new practitioner frameworks that can broaden our perspectives about how IDEB work can be transformed to meet new expectations.
  • Explore the implications of insights and lessons from the workshop to their own practice or research interests.
  • Provide space for participants to both learn and share ideas. 

 

Workshop 2: Mental Health in the Workplace: The Critical Role of Managers

Presenters: Leslie B. Hammer, PhD, and Jennifer K. Dimoff, PhD

Coordinator: Tracy Kantrowitz

This interactive workshop will explore the critical role of managers in supporting workers' mental health and responding to signs of mental health issues, such as stress, burnout, depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, and suicidal ideation. The workshop is designed to provide evidence-based insights and practical guidance on how leaders of people (i.e., senior leaders, managers, supervisors) can support and protect employee mental health.  

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand mental health and mental illness, from an occupational health and management perspective
  • Understand how front-line supervisors  can support and promote mental health in the workplace
  • Identify the systems and resources that can support worker health and wellbeing
  • Learn how to recognize and understand how to respond to mental health challenges at work

Workshop 3: How Leaders Create Organizational Agility and Resilience: It's Not What You Think

Presenters: Elaine Pulakos, Elizabeth Lentz, and Jeff McHenry

Coordinators: Elaine Pulakos and Jeff McHenry

Abstract:

The work environment is filled with more disruption than ever. This workshop will share new research based on hundreds of companies and practical tips for how to create agile and resilient organizations.  Paradoxically, the most successful leaders counter-balance the chaos and complexity of disruptive change with practices that foster simplicity, clarity, and focus.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn evidence-based practices to enable organizational agility and resilience.
  • Learn how leaders create organizational agility and resilience by taking a journey and hearing real-world examples and stories.
  • Learn simple and practical tips that are essential for managing through disruptive change.