Communities of Interest allow you to meet new people, discuss new ideas, and have an active role at the forefront of a hot topic in I-O. There will be 12 outstanding Community of Interest (COI) sessions this year, specially designed to create new communities around common themes or interests. The sessions have no chair, presenters, discussant, or even slides. Instead, they are a casual discussion informally moderated by a few hosts with insights on the topic. These are great sessions to attend if you would like to meet potential collaborators, generate ideas, have stimulating conversations, meet some new friends with common interests, and develop an informal network with other like-minded SIOP conference attendees.
Applied Informal Learning: Knowns and Unknowns
Are Millennials Ruining Everything? Combating Generational Stereotypes at Work
Dealing with Issues in Survey Design and Administration
Interpersonal Emotion Management: Managing Others’ Emotions at Work
Leveraging I-O Research to Increase Gender Equity in Organizations
Off-Label I-O: Alternative Career Paths with an I-O Background
Reducing Discrimination and Encouraging Inclusion in Practice and Research
Statistics plus Data Visualizations: How Technology Brings Power to the People
Technology “Addictions” at Work? Finding the Right Balance
The I-O’s Ethical Role in Algorithm-Driven Decision Making
Viva la I-O Revolution!
What’s New in Goal Setting/Goal Striving? Moving Beyond SMART