Member Benefit Reminder

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SIOP would like to welcome all new members – and welcome back existing members who recently renewed. As the premier professional association dedicated to advancing the field of I-O psychology, we have nearly 10,000 annual members worldwide who find value in a SIOP membership in relationship to their careers and educational pursuits.

SIOP 2021 Conference Planning Underway

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For 35 years, the SIOP Annual Conference has brought together thousands of I-O psychology practitioners, educators, and students from around the world to network, share knowledge, and form lifelong professional connections and friendships. As COVID-19 has shown us, we never know what challenges are ahead, but SIOP is committed to continuing this valuable tradition of convening and “moving forward,” as President Georgia Chao has envisioned.

The SIOP 2021 conference committee, led by Conference Chair Whitney Botsford Morgan and Program Chair Emily Solberg, has begun planning for next year’s conference, which is scheduled for April 15-17 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside.

Call for Papers: State of Progress for Initiatives Supporting Women in Leadership Across Industries and Context

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This is a new call for papers for the Consulting Psychology Journal. The theme of the issue is: "State of Progress for Initiatives Supporting Women in Leadership Across Industries and Contexts"

Here is the link for the call:

The paper submission date is January 1st, 2021. For more information you can contact Mira Brancu ( or Lyne Desormeaux (

Below is more information about this issue.   

The recent surge of women’s leadership programs, coaching, and consulting for women reflects an ongoing interest and need to support more women serving as leaders in organizations, in politics, and our communities and society at large. 

SIOP Virtual Conference Content Available through July

Update on 2021 Call for Proposals

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COVID-19 threw the world a curveball this spring, forcing companies and organizations to adapt in ways few could have imagined at the beginning of the year. SIOP, which was in the final planning stages for its 2020 Annual Conference, was no exception. But within weeks, with hard work and dedication from members, volunteers, and staff, the show went on.

“The annual conference is such an important event for our membership,” said SIOP Conference Chair Dr. Scott Tonidandel, professor of management, UNC-Charlotte. “The knowledge sharing, the networking, the socialization, and the inspiration that we all get from interacting and learning from one another at the annual conference isn’t something that we could lose even though we had to cancel the in-person event. The virtual conference allowed us to reclaim these vital activities.”