SIOP Conversation Series

SIOP Conversation Series

Episodes

October 13, 2021
In the 26th installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with André Martin, Ph.D., Managing Director at Accenture.
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In the 25th installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Richard Landers, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Minnesota.
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In the 24th installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Evan Sinar, Ph.D., the Head of Assessments at BetterUp.
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In the installment 23rd installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Dana Born, Ph.D., the Faculty Chair, Senior Executive Fellows (SEF) Program, Faculty Advisor for the Black Family Graduate Fellowship, and Lecturer in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) of Government. Note: This recording states that 88% of people feel less connected in 2020 during the pandemic and admist virtual work. The correct number ...
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In the 22nd installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Sharon Parker, Ph.D., a John Curtin Distinguished Professor in Organizational Behavior in the Faculty of Business and Law at Curtin University.
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In the 20th installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Steven Rogelberg, Ph.D., Chancellor’s Professor at UNC Charlotte.
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In the nineteenth installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Rose Mueller-Hanson, Ph.D., the Associate Director and CFO of Community Interface Services. 

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In the eighteenth installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Dr. Derek Avery, Ph.D., the C. T. Bauer Chair of Inclusive Leadership in the Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston.

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In the sixteenth installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Alexis Fink, PhD, a leading figure in People Analytics.
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In the 15th installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with John Boudreau, Ph.D., the Research Director for USC’s Center for Effectiv...
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 In the fourteenth installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Paul Sackett, Ph.D., the Beverly and Richard Fink Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Minnesota.
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In the thirteenth conversation of the Conversation Series, we speak with Nancy Tippins, Ph.D., a Principal of the Nancy T. Tippins Group, LLC.

*Correction: Dr. Tippins mention...
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In the 12th installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Ann Marie Ryan, PhD, a professor of organizational psychology at Michigan State University.
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In the eleventh installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Bob Eichinger, the President of TeamTelligent, LLC and Senior Director of Solutions for MatrixInsights.
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In the tenth installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Talya Bauer, Ph.D., a Purdue educator and researcher, and SIOP President.
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In the ninth installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Elaine Pulakos, Ph.D., the CEO of PDRI.
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In the eighth installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Fred Oswald, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman of the Graduate Committee at Rice University and outgoing SIOP President.
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In the seventh installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with David Peterson, Ph.D., director, Center of Expertise, Leadership Development & Executive Coaching at Google.
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In the sixth installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Bill Byham, Ph.D., the Founder and Executive Chairman of DDI.
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In the fifth installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Quinetta Roberson, Ph.D., the Fred J. Springer Endowed Chair in Business Leadership in the School of Business at Villanova University.
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