|>The Occupational Personality Questionnaire Revolution
|Revolutionising Assessment – the latest advances in Item Response Theory
|Task Based Assessment – Conceptualisation of Assessment Centres; The Theoretical Underpinnings and Evidence For the Approach
|Repertory Grid – using it for competency design and careers guidance
|Monitoring the Monitor: Welcome to the Era of Neuroergonomics
|Deak Helton, University of Canterbury
|From Training to Learning
|Employees adaptability to international relocation.
|Why is the P-O Fit-Turnover Intention relationship so small? Personality facets as potential moderators’
|Managerial Bullying in the Workplace
|Steve Dakin and Denise Tocker
|Employee Value Chain at Sears. Harvard Business Review
|Staff Surveys – Are they really worth the fuss?
|Deploying staff to hostile and isolated environments: Lessons from East Timor and the South Pacific.
|Designing an Organisational Structure that is capable of implementing strategy.
|The Benefits of Continual Measurement of Processes and Outcomes.
|Level 5 Leadership: The Triumph of Humility and Fierce Resolve. Harvard Business Review, January 2000.
|From Good to Great and Level 5 Leadership. Something new, something worthwhile?
|Is Your Boss A Psychopath? Toxic Cleanup: How To Deal With A Dangerous Leader Taming The Alpha Executive Quiz: Is Your Boss A Psychopath? Is Your Boss Killing You? What We Know (HoganKaiser)
|Michelle Shields (Facilitator)
|I-O Psychology and Technology: Courtship, Coincidence or Collision?
|Dr Jerard (Jerry) Kehoe AT&T
|Assessing for performance versus assessing for potential. Joint IO/HRINZ Breakfast
|Mini IPIP Scales
|The Mini-IPIP Scales: Tiny-Yet-Effective Measures of the Big Five Factors of Personality
|Dr Frederick (Fred) Oswald, Michigan State University Now Associated With The Rice University
|Costs and Benefits – some examples of measuring impact
|John Eatwell, Airways New Zealand
|John Capon, Hadlee Kippenberger and Partners
|Recent developments and current issues in personality measurement tools
|Norman Buckley,Redfield Consulting
|Professional Issues in Industrial Psychology – Recent Research
|Sarah Wright, University of Canterbury
|The Tipping Point. A change management simulator
|Michelle Shields,Christchurch College of Education
|IO on the OE: A practitioners perspective
|Helen Johnson, Hadlee Kippenberg and Partners
|360 and Leadership
|Assessment on the Internet: Issues and Ideas
|Andrea Cowlishaw, Hadlee Kippenberger and Partners
|Call me old fashioned, but I still love competencies
|Preventive Stress Management
|Leah Kininmonth, Transcendence Ltd
|Susie Neill, Johnson Penno Consulting
|30 October 2003,
|The Implications Of The New Legislation Governing Psychologists In New Zealand.
|Sean McKinley (Executive Director of the the Psych Society) and Cheryl Woolley (President