SIOP Announces Top 10 Workplace Trends for 2017

SIOP Administrative Office

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SIOP is pleased to announce its fourth annual Top 10 Workplace Trends list!

Industrial-organizational psychologists study workplace issues of critical relevance to business, including talent management, coaching, assessment, selection, training, organizational development, performance, and work–life balance. What workplace needs are I-O psychologists predicting businesses will want to address in 2017?


Clif Boutelle

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When we think of the media, it is the major newspapers, magazines, and network radio and television that come to mind. While they still remain important to any organizations seeking to generate awareness, the internet has created a whole new avenue of media outlets that should not be overlooked. In fact, more and more organizations are utilizing internet sites and social media to tell their stories.


Alyssa LaCava Xavier University

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Rob Silzer was presented the Society of Consulting Psychology’s top honor—the 2016 International Award of Excellence in Consultation—at its Midwinter Conference in Orlando earlier in February. SCP is Division 13 of the American Psychological Association. Silzer was recognized for his leadership of consulting organizations, his voluminous practice serving clients around the world, and his contributions as a thought leader in the field of consulting psychology. The SCP Awards Committee cited the sheer quantity of his work, noting his prolific accomplishments in scholarship and his efforts to contribute to the training of other consultants. Rob is managing drector of HR Assessments and Development Inc. and is on the doctoral faculty of Baruch College Graduate Center of City University of New York (CUNY). He is a Fellow in SIOP, APA, APS, and SCP.

Professional Practice Committee Update

Mark L. Poteet

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Greetings SIOP! As we approach the Annual Conference in Anaheim, I want to devote some time to update membership on the progress of several Professional Practice Committee (PPC) projects and goals, as well as to acknowledge the terrific work of the committee’s members in making this progress possible. SIOP is fortunate to have such an incredible team of professionals focused on helping advance the practice of I-O psychology and support I-O psychologists who practice.