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Preconference Workshops for SIOP 2005:  A Blockbuster Lineup!

Luis F. Parra
Mercer Human Resource Consulting

Mark your calendars for April 14, 2005 to attend our specially selected preconference workshops for SIOP in Los Angeles! The Workshop Committee has been working intensely to bring you information and insights on the most pressing issues affecting our discipline. Thanks to the generous input and feedback from many of you, we have prepared an exceptional lineup of speakers and topics to provide you with unique professional development opportunities.

Heres a peek at some of the titles for the 2005 workshops and the extraordinary lineup of experts that will lead them:

  • Surveys Throughout the Employment Lifecycle: What Matters, When. Alan L. Colquitt (Eli Lilly and Company) and William H. Macey (Personnel Research Associates, Inc.)
  • The High Learner as a High Potential: Implications for Talent Management and Succession Planning. Robert W. Eichinger and Michael M. Lombardo (Lominger Limited, Inc.)
  • Six Sigma: Discipline, Data, and Humans. Carol France (CDR International) and Paula Getz (Sun Microsystems, Inc.)
  • Keeping Your Key Players: Innovations in Talent Retention. Richard A. Guzzo (Mercer Human Resource Consulting) and Fredric D. Frank (TalentKeepers, Inc.)
  • I-O Psychologist as Expert Witness: The Challenges of Testimony. Frank J. Landy (SHL) and David Copus (Ogletree Deakins)
  • Situational Judgment Tests: Developing Valid Measures and New Developments. Michael McDaniel (Work Skills First, Inc.) and Stephan Motowidlo (University of Minnesota)
  • Merging and Shaping Corporate Cultures: Realities and Learnings. Maitri OBrien (Hewlett Packard) and Vicki V. Vandaveer (The Vandaveer Group, Inc.)
  • Building a Strategy-Based Business Case for Investments in People. 
    Peter M. Ramstad and David C. McMonagle (Personnel Decisions International)
  • Developing Women Leaders: Lessons Learned from Research and Practice. Marian Ruderman and Joan Tavares (Center for Creative Leadership)
  • Ethics and the Practice of I-O Psychology. Nancy T. Tippins (Personnel Research Associates), S. Morton McPhail (Jeanneret & Associates, Inc.), and Greg Gormanous (Louisiana State University-Alexandria)
  • Relevance and Rigor in Organizational Research. Paul Yost (The Boeing Company) and Ann Marie Ryan (Michigan State University)

and there might be more, but remember that you get to choose only two! And to help you decide, you will find descriptions of the workshops and short biographical sketches for the presenters in the preconference announcement booklets and on the SIOP Web site during registration in January.

All of us at SIOP are very fortunate to have the opportunity to share the knowledge and insight that these prominent and dedicated academics and practioners bring to our preconference workshops. Be a part of this remarkable experience: Plan to be at the preconference workshops in Los Angeles in 2005! Watch out for online registration starting in January...because these will be standing room only!


The 20042005 Continuing Education and Workshop Committee consists of:

Peter Bachiochi Matthew Montei
Mariangela Battista Luis F. Parra, Chair
Joan Brannick, Chair-in-training Gloria M. Pereira
Erika DEgidio  Wendy Richman-Hirsch
Marcus Dickson Rob Schmieder
Michelle Donovan Suzanne Tsacoumis
Eric Elder Sara Weiner
Rose Mueller-Hanson

 
 
 
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