Transitioning Your Class Online: A Teaching Survival Guide

With many Universities asking professors to transition their classes online, the Education and Training Committee at SIOP has compiled best practices and recommendations for those needing to make this transition. Teaching online is substantially different than teaching in a face-to-face...
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Predictive Assessments Give Companies Insight into Candidates’ Potential

The popularity of pre-hire assessments is growing among companies that want more predictive accuracy in their hiring processes. The best of these tests go beyond screening past experience or education to measuring a candidate's aptitude, fit or potential in scientifically...
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Getting the Truth into Workplace Surveys

There’s no doubt that companies can benefit from workplace surveys and questionnaires. A GTE survey in the mid-1990s, for example, revealed that the performance of its different billing operations, as measured by the accuracy of bills sent out, was closely...
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Positive Psychology Strategies for Keeping Stress at Bay

Coping during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Take a deep breath… This has not been easy. Without question, we are exploring uncharted territory with the COVID-19 global pandemic. Within days we experienced sudden, rapid, and unexpected disruptions in our social, economic,...
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Coaching as an Employee Benefit: It’s a Win-win

The benefits of coaching are vast, including everything from improved employee engagement and motivation to identifying and developing employees. However, “Coaching has typically been reserved for the select few, or ‘high potentials,’” says Phillip Roark, chief executive officer of Insala,...
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What Can Coaches Do for You?

In the seventeenth century, the French statesman Cardinal Richelieu relied heavily on the advice of Father François Leclerc du Tremblay, known as France’s éminence grise for his gray monk’s habit. Like the famous cardinal, today’s business leaders have their gray...
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