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Volunteering for SIOP Is a Win-Win!

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“Through volunteering for SIOP, you learn how the organization works and network with amazing people.”

- Margaret Beier

Volunteering for SIOP Is a Win-Win!

Member volunteers are the lifeblood of SIOP, advancing the organization’s mission through engagement in projects and initiatives as directed by the Executive Board and in partnership with the Administrative Office staff.

Committee volunteerism is an important way to derive real value from your membership. Why should you consider serving on a SIOP committee?

  1. You will develop new personal and professional relationships and enrich your knowledge of the profession while collaborating with current and future I-O psychology thought leaders.
  2. Your volunteer work advances the profession of I-O psychology by raising public awareness of its value to the business community and to the public at large.
  3. You can assist SIOP in providing even greater value for your fellow members by helping keep their needs in clear focus.
  4. Working within the committee structure is a great way to develop your leadership skills and train for possible future leadership roles within the organization as well as in your career.

Thrive at Work at Home

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In an effort to respond to these challenging times, Professor Sharon Parker and the team at the Centre for Transformative Work Design, Future of Work Institute, Curtin University, Western Australia, have launched a critical Thrive at Work at Home survey study to investigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on work and well-being.

We would welcome your participation and are keen to hear from you if you are working from home at least part of the time, or are likely to be working from home soon. Participation involves 4 weekly 30 minute surveys followed by 5 monthly 30 minute surveys (6 months in total).

Using emotional intelligence to take care of yourself and others in a virtual world

Victoria Mattingly, PhD, CEO & Founder of Mattingly Solutions

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For those of us fortunate to still have jobs in a COVID-19 world, I’m right alongside you, learning how to navigate a 100% remote role in a 100% virtual marketplace. Although we’re the lucky ones able to still perform our job during this unprecedented time…it doesn’t mean this #remotelife is easy. 

Fortunately, we also have resources we can use to buffer or counteract the demands being placed on us in our remote work-life. Job resources refer to any physical, psychological, social, or organizational aspects we can use to complete our work, achieve our goals, reduce the effect of remote work-life demands, and promote personal growth, learning, and development.

APA Board of Directors Call For Nominations

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Nominations are sought for three positions on the 2021 APA Board of Directors:

Two Members-at-Large (one of whom must be an early career psychologist) and one Public Member.

The term of service for all positions is January 1, 2021-December 31, 2023.  Newly elected Board members will also attend the Board meeting in early December 2020.

The Needs Assessment, Slating and Campaigns Committee (NASCC) aims to maintain a balanced Board of Directors that reflects the demographic and disciplinary diversity of the APA membership. NASCC conducted a comprehensive needs assessment that included a review of the composition of the 2020 Board of Directors as well as an assessment of the organizational priorities of APA.  Below, we provide lists of both general and specific qualities we are seeking in nominees:

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