Barbara Kożusznik is Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology at University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland, director of Interdisciplinary Centre for Staff Development and former president of Division 1 of International Association of Applied Psychology 2018-2022. She is the former Vice-Rector for International Cooperation and Students Affairs at the University of Silesia 2005-2009 and 2009-2013. Her current teaching and research is on social influence in organization, leadership and teamwork development. She is the author of more than 100 publications on leadership behavior, social influences in organization and teamwork, the editor of Management and Information Technologies, and serves on the editorial board of the Polish Journal of Applied Psychology.
Mark L. Poteet owns and operates a consulting practice in Tampa, Florida. He received a BA in Psychology, & a PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, both from the University of Tennessee. His work focuses primarily in the areas of leadership assessment, executive coaching, training & development, & competency modeling. He is also a Courtesy Professor at the University of South Florida and a member of SIOP’s United Nations Committee.
Sharon Glazer is Professor at The University of Baltimore, Founding Chair of the Alliance for Organizational Psychology Global Network (a.k.a. “The Big Tent”), and a Fellow of SIOP, IAAP Division 1, and IAIR. Her research focuses on the intersection of cross-cultural organizational psychology and occupational stress and well-being. In particular, she studies the role of culture, changes in (organizational and national) cultures due to domestic policies in a globalizing world, and differences and similarities between (national and organizational) cultures on worker health and well-being. She has published over 60 articles, books and book chapters, 120+ conference presentations, and 50+ invited presentations that summarize original studies and synthesize current directions.
Janneke Oostrom is Professor of Work & Organizational Psychology at the department of Social Psychology at Tilburg University, the Netherlands. Her research focuses on understanding and improving psychological assessments, with the goal to make them more predictive of future work behaviors, while reducing discrimination against marginalized groups. Janneke is an Associate Editor for the International Journal of Selection and Assessment. She is also a board member of the NOA foundation, and a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of AON Human Capital Solutions.
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