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Current Issues in I/O Psychology

Current Issues in I/O Psychology
Location:
Terrace Room, Sir Llew Edwards building, St Lucia campus
Start:
1:00pm Friday, 17th October 2014
Finish:
7:00pm Friday, 17th October 2014

Dr Kim Peters (Director of UQ’s Centre for Organisational Psychology) and Professor Andrew Neal (Director, Organisational Psychology Training Program), invite you to attend the 2014 Symposium on Current Issues in Organisational Psychology.

This biennial symposium brings together organisational psychology researchers, practitioners and industry representatives to share the latest thinking in the field and create opportunity for new connections.

We are excited to bring you the following speakers:

Sharon Parker, Winthrop Professor, University of Western Australia
"Work design: Why it still matters and some future directions"

Alex Haslam, Professor of Psychology and ARC Laureate, UQ
"The glass cliff 10 years on: Are women still appointed to precarious leadership positions?"

Tyler Okimoto, Senior Lecturer in Business, UQ
"Reconciliation and reintegration in the aftermath of workplace transgressions"

Danica Hooper, Director, Cerno Australia
"Solutions in practice: How practitioners have responded to key industry challenges"

The talks will run from 1-5pm, with opportunity for discussion throughout. Drinks will be provided afterwards, providing an opportunity for people to talk more informally.

Places at this event are limited! Do not delay in reserving your place now by emailing sciop@uq.edu.au

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