Hogan to Speak at SIOP 2014


It’s the start of a new year which means our researchers have already started preparing for SIOP 2014 where they will present recent Hogan research, attend sessions, and learn about other advances in the I-O community. As a little teaser preview to this year’s Hogan SIOP lineup, here are the dates and presentation titles of Hogan presenters and panelists.

Thursday, May 15
9:30, Symposium
From Leader’s Personality to Employee Engagement
Robert Hogan & Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

11:00, Symposium
Evidence-Based Practice in Pre-Employment Integrity Testing: Validity, Applicability, and Usability
Dara Pickering

11:00, Symposium
A Critical Review of Mechanical Turk as a Research Tool
Blaine Gaddis & Jeff Foster

11:30, Poster
Evaluation of Leadership Development Coaching: The Impact of Personality
Heather Bolen

1:30, Symposium
Personality’s Flynn Effect: Recent Upward Trends in Personality Scores
Blaine Gaddis

2:00, Symposium
The Emergence of Abusive Supervisors: What Makes them Mean?
Kimberly Nei & Dan Simonet


Friday, May 16

TBA, Panel Discussion
Holistic Challenges, Narrow Answers
Robert Hogan

9:00, Symposium
The Dark Side of Personality and Leadership
Jeff Foster

11:00, Panel Discussion
Not All Shall Lead: Selection and Development for Unique/IC Jobs
Jackie VanBroekhoven & Jocelyn Hays

11:00, Symposium
Going Global with Assessments: Geographic Findings and Benchmarking Challenges
Dara Pickering

2:00, Symposium
Comparing Apples to Oranges: Leveraging Mapping to Drive Survey Action
Darin Nei

2:00, Panel Discussion
Multi-Language Supply & Demand in the Assessment Industry
Jeff Foster


Saturday, May 17

7:30, Poster
Predicting Emotionally Competent Behavior: Developing a Model and Predictor Scales
Heather Bolen

7:30, Poster
Emotional Intelligence Competencies and Leadership Status in Real-World Organizations
Renee Yang

8:30, Poster
Training to Detect Fit Through Employee Interviews
Kimberly Nei

9:00, Symposium
The Narcissistic Leadership Paradox: Causes, Consequences, and Responses
Robert Hogan

11:00, Panel Discussion
Lost in translation: Identifying and managing high-potentials around the world
Michael Sanger, Jocelyn Hays, & Jackie VanBroekhoven

12:30, Panel Discussion
Searching for the Perfect Translation: Test Translation Best Practices
Steve Nichols