IOP 2015 Organising Committee Team
(L-R) Talitha Akin, Kathryn von Treuer, Rosie McMahon, David Heap and Erin Fogg

Thank you to all delegates, sponsors, exhibitors, speakers, APS and Workplace Excellence Awards entrants for helping us make the 11th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference a great success!

We had approximately 650 people that attended the conference who were committed to improving workplaces for employees, organisational growth and community benefit which is a testament to the strengths of our profession. Aside from our organisational psychology academic and practitioners, we invited those from business and human resources along with our industry partners. We also had many international delegates, representing over 10 other countries. We are grateful to the attendance.

The Gala dinner which was held on Friday 3rd July, hosted the inaugural Workplace Excellence Awards was a fantastic success. Everyone that attended enjoyed the entertainment, food and networking.

Thank you to the organising committee, the scientific programs committee and student volunteers for their valuable assistance, time and effort.

I look forward to seeing you all at the 12th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference in 2017.

Associate Professor Kathryn von Treuer 
Conference Chair
11th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference

Congratulations to the following IOP 2015 presenters for winning the Best Paper Prize.

Best paper prize winners 

How to Session: Sue LangleyHarnessing creativity at work: Creating a thriving culture that boosts creativity, innovation, collaboration and learning 

Forum Session: Brad Desmond - Positive psychology in the workplace; why ‘working smarter’ and ‘work-life balance’ are not the answer to workplace wellbeing 

Symposium: Peter Cotton, Angela Martin, Simon Albrecht, Kathryn Page - Flourishing in Life, Work and Career 

Individual Research Paper Oral (joint winners):

Christina Kolar - Resilience in Early Career Psychologists: Investigating Barriers, Enhancers and the Training Pathway

Alecia Robinson, Rachel ElphinstonThe customer’s always right: First insights into recruitment and selection practices across allied health

Individual Research Paper Poster: Kashmira Daruwalla - Domestic violence and its impact upon the workplace: A literature review 

The IOP 2015 Conference Organising Committee wishes to thank all the conference sponsors for their generous sponsorship and involvement.
Keynote Sponsor
(Gilad Chen)
Lanyard Sponsor
Welcome to Country Sponsor