Matthew Haynes / Thursday, July 2, 2020 / Categories: Items of Interest Applications for P. Richard Jeanneret Grant for Research Accepted Through July 31 Applications for the P. Richard Jeanneret Grant for Research about Assessing and Developing Senior Leaders are being accepted through midnight ET July 31, 2020. This one-time, $11,000 research grant is now available for research about senior leaders for the 2021 award year only. The Jeanneret Symposium on the topic of assessing and developing senior leaders was held in Dallas in 2016, and a comprehensive report by Reynolds, McCauley, Tsacoumis, and the Jeanneret Symposium participants was published in Industrial and Organizational Psychology in 2018. The symposium and open access publication were made possible by a generous gift from Dick Jeanneret to the SIOP Foundation’s Fund for the Future. Unexpectedly, funds from that gift are now available to SIOP members for this one-time grant. The overarching goal for this grant is to build on the accepted wisdom and research needs identified by Reynolds et al. (2018). Thus, the research should yield new insights in one of the following areas: the evolving criteria for successful leadership, measuring leadership potential, the role of context in senior-level assessment, the role of line managers in using assessment data and in developing senior leaders, the effectiveness of current assessment and development practices at the senior level, or the use of new concepts or technologies for assessing senior leaders and predicting their work performance. Priority will be given to proposals that are a cooperative effort between practitioners and academics. For more information, including guidelines for proposal budgets, criteria for selecting award winners, and format of the proposal, visit the P. Richard Jeanneret Grant for Research about Assessing and Developing Senior Leaders webpage. Previous Article IOtas Next Article APA Council Election Results: Print 765 Rate this article: 4.0 Comments are only visible to subscribers.