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Atlanta Group Presents Issues in Business Psychology at National Conference
Date:4/2/2010

Turknett Leadership Group has been invited to deliver four presentations that address significant issues facing executives and HR practitioners in a changing workplace at the 25th Meeting of the Society of Industrial & Organizational Psychology.

(PRWEB) April 2, 2010 -- Turknett Leadership Group will deliver four noteworthy presentations at the 2010 Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology Meeting in Atlanta (April 8-10)

Turknett Leadership Group has been invited to deliver four presentations that address significant issues facing executives and HR practitioners in a changing workplace at the 25th Meeting of the Society of Industrial & Organizational Psychology . Dr. Randall H. Lucius, VP of Turknett’s Human Performance Division, responded to the news:

"Turknett is very pleased to have so many presentations accepted at a national conference with the stature of the Society for I/O Psychology. We appreciate the chance to share our practitioner–oriented research and showcase the unique capabilities of our I/O psychology staff."

Character and ethics in the context of business and leadership has been recently brought to the forefront in both academic and business settings. Turknett’s Dr. Randall H. Lucius (VP of Human Performance), Dr. Lauren Harris (Consultant), Dr. Karl Kuhnert (Senior Research Fellow and Chair of Applied Psychology Program at the University of Georgia), and Liz Roling, M.S. (Research Associate) will be partnering with researchers and practitioners from such organizations as the Center for Creative Leadership, Development Dimensions International (DDI) and Pennsylvania State University to share findings on character-based research, discuss likely elements, antecedents, and outcomes of character and stimulate future discussion and research around this important topic. George Hollenbeck, whose p
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