A Goodbye, A New Leader, A Familiar Face

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The SIOP Administrative staff is bidding a fond farewell to SIOP Executive Director Jeff Hughes, who has announced his retirement effective August 31. Hughes’ last day in the Administrative Office will be August 2; and he will work in a consulting capacity while handing over the ED role to former SIOP staffer Tracy Vanneman.

Hughes began his training for the SIOP Executive Director role in February 2017, taking the reins May 1 when Dave Nershi retired. During his tenure, Hughes has overseen the new web site, the restructuring of the Administrative Office, and the hiring of many new SIOP staff members, in addition to continuing responsibility for the conference, leading edge consortium, and day to day administrative duties.  When asked about his time with SIOP, Hughes explained, “SIOP is an outstanding example of a well-run, volunteer-led nonprofit.  The Executive Board and the Administrative Office staff work extremely well together to serve the Society’s members.  It’s been a privilege being part of such a fine group of passionate volunteers and professional staff.”

Call for #SIOP20 Submission Reviewers

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The SIOP Annual Conference brings together thousands of I-O psychologists from around the world to network, share knowledge, and form lifelong professional associations.

With so many submissions for #SIOP20, we need an abundance of reviewers! The SIOP 2020 Program Committee requests your help to build another top-notch, peer-reviewed conference program in Austin, Texas. You are an I-O expert, and Team SIOP needs your reviews of submissions.

Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity: Collaboration, Communication Are Keys to Organizational Agility

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Like ballet dancers and basketball players, businesses must constantly work to maintain their agility.

Making agility a priority may be the key to helping organizations thrive in the face of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA), according to new research from Dr. Benjamin Baran, of Cleveland State University and the consulting firm Indigo Anchor, and Dr. Haley Woznyj, of Longwood University.

Congratulations to This Year’s Early Bird Drawing Winners!

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SIOP understands that finances can be tight for Student Affiliates and wanted to help by offering an early bird renewal drawing, exclusively for students.

Roughly 1,000 students were entered in our drawing, simply for renewing their dues by June 15. SIOP is happy to announce the three lucky students that won free registration for the 35th Annual SIOP Conference.


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