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Announcing the SIOP 2020 Preconference Workshops

Rob Michel, Edison Electric Institute

Save the date!  Wednesday, April 22, 2020, is the day that the SIOP preconference workshops will be held at the JW Marriott in Austin, TX. Gain hands-on experience with cutting-edge I-O topics from the field’s leading experts, network with your colleagues, and socialize at our premier evening reception! We’ll also be offering a flexible half-day attendance option again this year.

The Workshop Committee has identified a diverse selection of inno­vative and timely topics to offer this year as well as a spectacular set of experts to lead these workshops.  The lineup includes:

  • Designing Data-Driven Systems: AI and Data Science in I-O Psychology. Richard Landers, University of Minnesota; Morgana Carter, Intel
  • Could You Still Pass Comps? The Latest in I-O Must-Knows. Winfred Arthur, Texas A&M University; Paula Caligiuri, Northeastern University
  • Surveys and Beyond: Evolving Your Employee Listening System to Assess, Implement, and Sustain Needed Change. Sarah Johnson, Perceptyx; Elizabeth McCune, Microsoft
  • The Future of Work: Multidisciplinary Provocations and Prognostications. Evan Sinar, BetterUp; Kevin Crowston, Syracuse University School of Information Studies
  • Is Your HR Agile? Prepare Your People for the New Way of Working. Mary Fairchild, F5 Networks; Kari Cross, F5 Networks
  • Making I-O Contributions More Strategic and Influential in Organizations. Bill Schiemann, Metrus Group; Jerry Seibert, OrgVitality
  • Using Storytelling to Create Inspirational Leaders. Christine Boyce, Right Management & ManpowerGroup; Mitch Gold, Gallagher Integrated
  • Data Visualization: How to Make a Picture Worth a Thousand Words. Paul Tsagaroulis, U.S. General Services Administration; Liberty Munson, Microsoft
  • Making Leadership Development Stick: A Look Beyond Traditional Programs. Amy Grubb, FBI; Jeff McHenry, Rainier Leadership Solutions
  • Inclusive Coaching: Bringing Out the Best in a Diverse Workforce. Anna Marie Valerio, Executive Leadership Strategies; Bernardo Ferdman, Ferdman Consulting and Alliant International University

Please look for the more detailed workshop descriptions in the preconference announcement and on the SIOP website when conference registration opens.

The 2019–2020 Workshop Committee consists of:

Rob Michel (Chair), Edison Electric Institute (EEI)

Matt Fleisher, FTI Consulting

Jan Harbaugh, SHL

Melissa Harrell, Google

Jaron Holmes, U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM)

Ted Kinney, PSI Services

Kelsey Kline, Intel Corporation

Megan Leasher, Bon Secours Mercy Health

Veronica Schmidt Harvey, Schmidt Harvey Consulting

Neha Singla, Visa

Steve Stark, University of South Florida (USF)

Taylor Sullivan, HumRRO

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