Amber Stark / Tuesday, March 7, 2023 / Categories: Member News, Items of Interest, SIOP Source SIOP 2023 Top 10 Work Trend Champions Named SIOP recently announced its annual survey results identifying the Top 10 Work Trends of 2023. We’ve already seen these trends highlighted in several places, including Ludmila Praslova’s writings about how “young neurodivergent professionals can succeed at work” and how “critical workplace challenges are about systems.” Trend Champions will share updates on each of these trends this year in quarterly roundups. Champions were chosen by the Media Subcommittee of the SIOP Visibility Committee based on their demonstrated interest in the topic and were selected to represent the diverse base of SIOP members, including academics and practitioners, as well as experts in different phases of their careers. Trend #1: Rethinking the employee experience of remote workers – Lewis Garrad Trend #2: Best practices for managing a hybrid workforce – Lucia Nkem Trend #3: Managing the transition into the postpandemic world – William Luse Trend #4: Ensuring inclusive environments and cultures – Ludmila Praslova Trend #5: Talent attraction and retention in a candidate-driven market – Li Lin Trend #6: Reshaping work to address employee’s mental health – Keaton Fletcher Trend #7: Revisiting people strategies in times of economic uncertainty – David Le Mentec Trend #8: Psychological safety in the workplace – Juliette Nelson Trend #9: Leadership development and coaching – Karanveer Syal Trend #10: Integrating work, life, and family – Nicole Genest Look for the first Top 10 Work Trends Quarterly Round-Up in the Source in April. You can learn more about the Champions on the Top 10 Work Trends champion webpage. If you’re doing work related to these topics, let us know by sending links to your articles, podcasts, interviews, and webinars to Ellen Peeters, Visibility-Media Subcommittee Representative. Previous Article There Is Still Time to Register for Friday Seminars Next Article New Funding Opportunities for Secondary Analyses of Head Start Data Print 624 Rate this article: 4.3 Comments are only visible to subscribers.