Registration is now open for the 2007 SIOP Conference, to be held in New York City on April 26-29.
The conference program won't be available until mid-late February, but we do know what the half-day workshops (held on the 26th) will be. Here are some you might be interested in:
- Building Legal Defensibility Into Your HR Processes
- Are We Ready? Strategic Human Resource Management and the Maturing Workforce (including how to recruit and retain older workers)
- Leading a Thriving Consulting Practice: Building the Foundation, Operating Practicalities, Clients, and Their Needs
- The State of the Art in Personality Assessment (focusing on alternatives to multiple-choice self-report surveys)
- An Update on the Science and Practice of I/O Psychology (worth going just to see/hear Frank Landy)
- Early Identification and Development of Senior Leadership Talent: The Secret Insider's Guide
- The Role of E-HR in Human Resource Transformation: Build, Buy, or Outsource, and at Least Twenty More Questions Answered
- Fits about Fit: Can You Have Too Much of a Good Thing and Is There Anything You Can Do About it? (includes a focus on the possible downsides of having too many of the same type of person in an organization)
- Talent Management: The Promise and Paradox of Potential
Cost? Two sessions cost $400 for SIOP members and affiliates, $650 for non-members.
I'll try to do a similar summary for the actual conference sessions, but chances are I'll get about 20 sessions in and pass out (there are an unbelievable number of session choices at every SIOP conference. Check out 2006's program).