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2019 Living History Interview With Dr. Benjamin Schneider Now Available for Viewing

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“I’ve always been a persister. I can work at things for a long time and keep at it. I’ve been unbelievably lucky because all of the things that I work at and keep at I really love doing.”

Dr. Benjamin Schneider joined Margaret E. Brooks for the 2019 SIOP Living History Series at the annual conference. In this session, Schneider talked about his early jobs, his education, his SIOP presidency, and his family. Dr. Schneider’s talk is available to watch on the SIOP YouTube channel.

Money, Mind, & Myths

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Three items of interest from APA

APA’s Technology, Mind, & Society Conference will bring together leading scientists, applied practitioners, IT executives, and industry leaders from around the world to explore the intersection of psychology and technology. Early bird registration ends June 30.

A recent article published by the APA says believing learning styles are set at birth and predict both academic and career success cab be a mistake.

The APA Committee on Division/APA Relations (CODAPAR) invites divisions to submit proposals for the Interdivisional Grant Program by Sept. 1, 2019. Click HERE for more information

Sign Up to Volunteer for #TeamSIOP by June 30

by SIOP Administrative Office

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Would you like to advance your career and help your membership community as well as the field of I-O psychology? Consider joining a SIOP committee!

With a small administrative staff of 11 and over 10,000 members throughout the world, SIOP relies heavily on volunteers to fulfill its mission. Your volunteer service will assure continued vitality of SIOP while deriving real value from your membership.

Last year, over 1,500 members volunteered for the Society. So why should YOU consider serving on a SIOP committee?

If You Can’t Say Something Nice…

Research shows transparency about talent management programs isn’t always the best course

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Every manager wants to nurture their best employees, but the challenge is doing that without alienating less talented employees.

Doctoral candidate Anand van Zelderen, KU Leuven, Belgium, and his colleagues Dr. Nicky Dries, also with KU Leuven, and Dr. Elise Marescaux, IESEG School of Management, France, discuss how best to do this in their recent study, “Managers should remain secret about talent status.” Their research was selected by the conference program committee as one of the top posters submitted to the 2019 SIOP Annual Conference.

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