Florida Industrial & Organizational Psychology

Upcoming events

    • October 12, 2023
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84787210260

    Special Edition

    Annual SIOP Conference Reflections

    Did you attend the recent Annual SIOP Conference this past April?  Did you miss it, but wish you had been able to attend?  Either way, you are invited to join us as we discuss and reflect on various topics presented during the conference.  

    A few of the areas of focus include:

    • Allyship
    • Defining Success and Rethinking Effectiveness of Assessment and Selection Tools
    • Women and Skills, Left Behind
    • People First Organization
    • Bring the I Side to the O Field

    We invite you to bring additional SIOP Conference topics of interest to the discussion!

    Let's keep building a community of knowledge. Help us in the journey to advocate, celebrate and advance the field of I/O Psychology; donate!

    • October 19, 2023
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82569733407

    Panel Discussion:

    Trends in I/O Psychology in Florida

    with Dr. Gena Cox

    Join us for an interactive panel discussion with Dr. Gena Cox, Ph.D., author and practitioner of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, as we discuss the trends occurring in the field of Industrial/Organizational Psychology within our home state.  Come with questions, and be prepared to hear about real-world applications of inclusive leadership.

    Dr. Gena Cox

    Clients say my nuanced observations and guidance and my straightforward-yet-relatable style are important reasons they seek my counsel. I am an organizational psychologist, executive coach, and speaker who blends research insights and real-world experience to help leaders enhance their influence and impact.

    I wrote Leading Inclusionan award-winning guidebook for building inclusive organizations from the top down. I value human-centered leadership, and these ideas underpin my guidance to leaders as they respond to evolving stakeholder expectations. I believe that “diversity and inclusion” are nothing more than effective leadership and healthy work culture. And my mottos are “Inclusion tops diversity“ and “Respect is the vital outcome all employees need to see and feel.”

    Before this, at IBM and Perceptyx, I advised leaders in the Fortune 500 and other large global companies to build psychologically healthy and engaging organizational cultures that drive business outcomes. And I have held internal corporate leadership roles in organizational consulting and performance, talent assessment, talent selection, and talent acquisition.

    I currently co-chair the Awards Committee of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), and I am a member of the Society’s 2022 Leading Edge Consortium Planning Committee. In addition, serving on the National Women’s Hall of Fame 2023 Inductee Selection Committee brings me great joy.

    My work has been featured far and wide, including Harvard Business Review, Fortune, Fast Company, Forbes, New York Times, Business Insider, Market Watch/Barrons, Business Journals, BBC Worklife, Readers Digest, and The Telegraph (UK).

    I earned a Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational (I-O) Psychology. I am a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), the International Coach Federation (ICF) and the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM). And I am an ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC).

    Let's keep building a community of knowledge. Help us in the journey to advocate, celebrate, and advance the field of I/O Psychology; donate!

    • October 21, 2023
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85019979481

    Managing the Transition into the Post-Pandemic World

    The transition to a post-pandemic world is a complex and challenging process that requires careful planning and execution.  According to Forbes, leaders must make shift to transform the pandemic work disruption into a a gift and opportunity: 

    1. Shift from “work for me” to “work with me”: The employee value proposition has shifted from “work for me” to “work with me.” Employees are searching for meaning, not activity.
    2. Shift from employer power to employee power: The balance of power has shifted from employers to employees.
    3. Shift to hybrid work model: Employees favor a hybrid model versus going back to the office full time.
    4. Shift to purpose-driven companies: Millennials are interested in working with purpose-driven companies rather than those focused on shareholder value.
    5. Shift in leadership attitude towards change: Leadership’s attitude to change ultimately determines whether an organization will sink or swim during unprecedented times.

    Join us as we discuss whether these changes - or others - should be the focal points for leaders as we work through 2023 and into the future.  

    Let's keep building a community of knowledge. Help us in the journey to advocate, celebrate and advance the field of I/O Psychology; donate!

    • November 18, 2023
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    • December 16, 2023
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Past events

September 16, 2023 Best Practices for Managing a Hybrid Workforce
August 19, 2023 Rethinking the Employee Experience of Remote Workers
August 02, 2023 Expert Panel - International I/O Psychology - Recording
July 15, 2023 ChatGPT and Generative AI - Disrupting Work and What Do You Need to Know
June 17, 2023 Roundtable Discussion: Talent Attraction & Retention in a Candidate-Driven Market
May 23, 2023 Expert Panel - International I/O Psychology
May 20, 2023 FIOP Panel Discussion Series: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in the 21st Century
April 15, 2023 FIOP Panel Discussion Series: Applying IO Principles to Everyday Life
March 18, 2023 FIOP Panel Discussion Series: International IO Psychology
February 18, 2023 FIOP Panel Discussion Series: IO Theory & Practice Gap
January 28, 2023 FIOP Panel Discussion Series: Positive Organizational Psychology
December 10, 2022 (CANCELED) FIOP Panel Discussion Series: Data Science in the 21st Century
November 19, 2022 FIOP Panel Discussion Series: Counterproductive Work Behavior
November 09, 2022 Tampa I/O Network Kickoff
October 08, 2022 Q4 Board Meeting (Annual Meeting)
August 18, 2022 FIOP Advisory Council Meeting
July 16, 2022 Dinner at MOJO Federal Swine & Spirits
July 09, 2022 Middle Management Glut and the Threat to the Modern Workforce
July 02, 2022 Q3 Board Meeting
June 11, 2022 Dinner at Harry's Seafood Bar & Grille
May 28, 2022 Dinner at J Alexanders JAX
April 28, 2022 SIOP 2022 Annual Conference: Seattle, WA
April 02, 2022 Q2 Board Meeting
March 29, 2022 Dr. Piccolo: Leadership and IO in the 21st Century
March 19, 2022 Dr. Velez - Family and I/O: Theories, Functionality, and Development in Family & Households as Organizations
February 15, 2022 Guest Speaker, Dr. Emily Burnett, Mgr. of Culture Assessments, Publix Supermarkets
February 05, 2022 Q1 Board Meeting
January 22, 2022 The Future of I/O in Florida: Joe Ligato, Ph.D.
January 15, 2022 Dinner at Gringos Locos
December 11, 2021 CFIOP Organizational Meeting
September 11, 2021 Fall Conference
July 31, 2021 Annual General Meeting
April 01, 2021 Spring Gala

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