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WEBINAR: Do I/O psychologists add more value as internals or externals?

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This is the webinar recording of the SIOPA event hosted on October 27 2020, featuring guest speakers Jon Wilson and Barry Bloch.

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This is the recorded webinar for the SIOPA event hosted on 27 October 2020.

This webinar is exclusive for SIOPA members only: Please visit https://siopa.org.au/ for information on how to join SIOPA and our member benefits.

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Do industrial and organisational psychologists add more or less value as internals or externals?

Our purpose as Industrial and Organisational Psychologists may be shared but our impact is varied. Since our professional inception, we have as IO Psychologists aspired to make the greatest impact to individuals, teams and organisations as a whole. As we’ve strived for positive impact, an eternal and incessant question is whether we are best positioned to add value by working within the organisations we serve, or from outside? As an internal, is our immersion a strategic advantage or a professional compromise? As an external, is our independence a lift to our credibility or a drag on our capacity to sustain meaningful change?

Jon Wilson and Barry Bloch have an exciting, energetic and challenging debate on this topic. With over 50 years of combined professional practice these two “old hands” of IO Psychology will go head to head debating this fundamental topic, sharing their best insights, experiences and learnings whilst also inviting you to participate and play an active and enjoyable role in seeking answers to this inimitable professional dilemma.

About the Speakers:

Jon Wilson

Jon is an organisational development specialist who works with medium and large organisations to enhance organisational and people outcomes. He has managed improvement and change projects in Australia and overseas across a range of industries. He has a Masters in Organisational Psychology and is also a Certified Management Consultant and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Jon has over 20 years of experience as a practising Psychologist, including 14 years as a self-employed independent consultant.

Barry Bloch

Barry is a people, culture and transformation executive with extensive international experience working in and with Boards and Executive teams to develop strategic business and functional turnaround and transformation. With a career spanning more than 25 years across multiple economic sectors, Barry brings a wealth of international experience and specialised knowledge in people and culture discipline. Barry is passionate about the practice of Industrial /Organisational (I/O) Psychology, having collaborated and mentored numerous professional colleagues across Australia.

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SIOPA is an independent and incorporated association with a purpose to create growth, supervision and professional development opportunities for Organisational Psychologists and related disciplines in Australia. 

SIOPA is an inclusive industry group designed to engage not just Organisational Psychologists but related disciplines such as Human Resources, Organisational Development/Capability, Recruitment, Business Psychologists, Registered Psychologists, students etc. SIOPA offers its members an engaging and informative website, regular CPD and networking events, supervision opportunities and a growing network to advocate, support and connect our community. 

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