Jenny Baker / Thursday, October 8, 2020 / Categories: 582 Announcing the SIOP 2021 Preconference Workshops Rob Michel, Edison Electric Institute 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 Surveys and Beyond: Evolving Employee Listening Systems to Assess, Implement, and Sustain 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 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 Legal Update: What’s New and How It Affects You. Katey Foster, APTMetrics; Kate Bischoff, tHRrive Law & Consulting As with the conference itself, this year’s workshops will look and feel different from previous years, with a “hybrid” approach that will include some in-person live workshops on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside and some virtual live workshops in the weeks leading up to the conference. The committee is currently working to determine the best mix of in-person and virtual workshops. Please look for more detailed workshop descriptions in the preconference announcement and on the SIOP website when conference registration opens. The 2020–2021 Workshop Committee consists of: Rob Michel, Edison Electric Institute (EEI) (Chair) Megan Leasher, Talent Plus (Chair-in-Training) Reeshad Dalal, George Mason University Matt Fleisher, FTI Consulting Anne Hansen, Amazon Jan Harbaugh, SHL Erica Hauck, PepsiCo Ted Hayes, U.S. Department of Justice Ted Kinney, PSI Services Kelsey Kline, Intel Corporation Dan Russell, RHR International Veronica Schmidt Harvey, Schmidt Harvey Consulting Taylor Sullivan, HumRRO Print 543 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.