In these trying times, we all have a part to play in helping our country and society overcome the global pandemic that is COVID-19. The socio-economic impact of this disease can be significant and rapidly-changing. SIOPA aims to develop this page as a resource and directory for individuals, leaders, Industrial/Organisational ("I/O") Psychology professionals, and organisations to address the psychological elements of COVID-19, and help set us up for success.
SIOPA committee member Michelle Stephenson has an insightful discussion with Barry Bloch about the crucial role of organisational psychologists in supporting organisations during these uncertain times.
Join SIOPA today to be a part of the Industrial/Organisational (I/O) Psychology community in Australia. As a member you will receive discounts to events and webinars, as well as access to member-only content including research, supervision resources, job and placement opportunities and regular updates on SIOP activities and conferences in North America.
Membership and benefit levels are open to Industrial/Organisational (I/O) Psychology practitioners, researchers, and anyone working in, or interested in the areas of I/O Psychology, such as human resources, business leadership, psychometrics, change management and culture development.
Are you an endorsed Organisational Psychologist or someone who has significant experience in this field? Are you a board-approved supervisor or someone who contributes to the development of early career professionals?
Do you have a PhD/Masters of Industrial and Organisational Psychology degree or equivalent or currently working in the discipline of I/O Psychology?
Currently studying Psychology or Industrial/ Organisational Psychology? Want to meet people working in the industry? OR just want find out more and stay informed about the latest industry trends?
Do you have an interest in the discipline of I/O Psychology and its applications, but are not necessarily an Organisational Psychologist?
Covid-19, the current pandemic virus, has attacked humanity on two fronts, health and the economy. It is both global and intensely personal. IO psychology, which concerns itself with both human psychology and organisational behaviour, is well-positioned to offer insights to assist understanding and guide practical steps to optimise our response.
Organisational Psychologist and SIOPA Board Member explains in our latest Thought Leadership Article
Org Think is an interview blog series by SIOPA where we explore Industrial/Organisational (I/O) Psychology concepts and practices from different perspectives.
SIOPA is a strong advocate for Industrial/Organisational (I/O) Psychology on matters that affect the profession.
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