We've got 7 exciting pre-conference workshops to tide you over until the 2015 IPAC Conference really gets going. This yeah we offer something for everyone, from a Legal Update, to a walkthrough of situational judgement tests (SJTs), and Making Telework "Work".
Registration has now opened for the 2015 IPAC Conference in Atlanta, GA. HOT TOPICS AND COOL SOLUTIONS is the theme this year so join us in July!
Innovations in Assessment Award
Student Paper Competition
IPAC is seeking student volunteers to assist with onsite conference activities July 19-22, 2015. The student conference registration fee will be waived for each student that serves a minimum of 4 hours. This is a great opportunity to network with professionals in the I/O and HR field, brainstorm with fellow attendees on research ideas, attend sessions on critical and emerging topics, and engage with our esteemed keynote speakers.
If you are interested in volunteering please contact Edward Bowling no later than March 20, 2015. We hope to see you in Atlanta!
Don’t miss this opportunity! Submit a proposal and share your expertise and experience with fellow assessment professionals. Session formats include symposia, panel discussions, tutorials, paper presentations and student posters.
Please mark July 19-22, 2015 on your calendar to join us for interactive pre-conference workshops, informative presentations, engaging social events, and networking opportunities. It’s all about Hot Topics and Cool Solutions at the 2015 IPAC Conference in Atlanta, GA.
The Annual Conference offers professionals the opportunity to share their latest research, programs, and ideas with their peers. You are cordially invited to be a part of that IPAC tradition. Anyone may submit a proposal for consideration. IPAC Membership is not required. All topics in the area of personnel assessment, including selection, legal issues, performance management, training & development, and leadership & succession planning are welcome. Please view the Call for Proposals for additional details on this poster session and other session types (i.e., presentations, symposia, panel discussions, tutorials). Proposals must be submitted using IPAC’s online submission system by 5:00 PM PST on January 11, 2015. If you have any questions about the submission process, please email the Conference Program Committee.
We’re pleased to announce our current line-up of keynote speakers, who will anchor our program each day with general session presentations designed to take the discussion of assessment to the next level:
You can also check out an in-depth look at our keynotes.
Visit the submission form HERE.
The June issue of the Assessment Council News is available HERE!
In this issue: President Michael Blair gives you an inside look at what you can expect from the 2014 Denver Conference. Ryan O'Leary discusses social media in the workplace and Dennis Doverspike talks Selection Based upon Intrinsic v.Extrinsic Attributes.
In this issue: President Michael Blair gives you an inside look at what you can expect from the2014 Denver Conference. Ryan O'Leary discusses social media in the workplace and Dennis Doverspike talks Selection Based upon Intrinsic v.Extrinsic Attributes.