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Preconference Workshop Registration Is Open

Three Preconference Workshops Will Be Virtual

The SIOP Workshop Committee is planning to offer 10 workshops prior to the 2022 SIOP Annual Conference this year, with three delivered virtually and seven delivered in-person. These workshops a unique professional development opportunity to learn from premier experts in the field while networking with peers, all at a very reasonable price.

The virtual workshops will be held via Zoom during Preconference Week (April 11-14).

Register now for:

  • Virtual Workshop 1 – Branding I-O: Pursue Your Passions by Rebranding Your I-O Career
  • Virtual Workshop 2 – Climate Change and Planetary Health: Roles for I-O Psychology
  • Virtual Workshop 3 – Making Remote Work Successful: Evidence-Based Recommendations for Engagement and Well-Being

Registration for workshops is done via the online conference registration process on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration for all workshops is capped at 35–40 to ensure an intimate setting, so we encourage you to register early before they fill up.

Never participated in a virtual workshop before?  Here’s what you need to know:

  • All virtual workshops are live. They will not be recorded.
  • All 2022 virtual workshops will be delivered using Zoom.
  • Virtual workshops will be submitted for CE credit. Check the website for updates.

Workshops have been scheduled so that attendees can take up to five preconference workshops—all three virtual workshops and two in-person workshops—maximizing workshop participation! Details about each workshop can be found on the workshop webpage and on the conference registration webpage.

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