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Preconference Workshops Offer Premier Professional Development Experience

The SIOP Workshop Committee will offer 10 in-person workshops as part of the 2024 SIOP Annual Conference. The workshops are one of SIOP’s premier professional development offerings that provide both the opportunity to learn from leading experts in the field and network with peers during the exclusive luncheon and evening reception.

The 10 workshops will all be held Wednesday, April 17, and will focus on trending and critical topics in the I-O psychology field, most provide continuing education credits.

The workshops include:

  • (De)-Humanizing HR: Navigating the Uses, Risks, and Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
  • Launching Selection and Development Assessments: Fail Here, Succeed Later
  • Beyond the Buzzwords: Neurodiversity Inclusion and Better Work for All
  • Managing Performance Management: A Practical Approach for Optimization
  • Empowering People Analytics: Building a Meaningful Function From the Ground Up
  • How Leaders Create Agility Is Different Than You Think
  • Skills Revolution: Understanding the Why, What, and How
  • Leveraging the Science of Leadership Potential for Talent Management in Global Organizations
  • Navigating the Complex Needs of Workers: The Role of Leaders in Worker Mental Health and Well-Being
  • Advanced Topics in 360 Feedback: Internal and External Perspectives

Workshop registration also includes access to content/materials for all 10 workshops (not just those registered for).

Registration for workshops is done via the online conference registration process on a first-come, first-served basis and is capped at 45 attendees per workshop to ensure a more personal learning experience. You can add a preconference workshop to your registration at any time by returning to the registration form.

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