Assignment 1: Learning Assessment System Assignment #2
You are interviewing for your dream job as an I/O psychologist. As part of your interview, you have been asked to present a PowerPoint presentation to search committee, which is made up of both managers and employees.
Create a PowerPoint Presentation in which you detail the ways that you, as I/O Psychologist, will benefit both the organization and its employees.
Follow the PowerPoint presentation tips. There should be ten slides in your PowerPoint—an initial slide and one slide each for the topics below. You should also create speaker notes for each slide of your presentation, which include the main talking points for the topic addressed in the slide.
Your slides should cover the following topics from both the organization and employee perspective in addressing ways the ways that an I/O psychologist can benefit the organization and its employees:
- Job Analysis
- Employee Selection
- Employee Training
- Performance Evaluation
- Employee Satisfaction, Motivation, and Attitude
- Worker Stress
- Communication, Group Process, and Employee Behavior
- Leadership and Organizational Structure
- Legal and Ethical Issues
Submit your assignment to the M1: Assignment 1 Dropbox by Saturday, February 22, 2014.
For this assignment and all Dropbox assignments, you are required to cite, at a minimum, the online course and the textbook for the course. Additional sources are welcome. Scholarly sources are preferred and can be found through Argosy University online library resources. Please see the Library and Tutoring Services section under Course Home to use Argosy University online library resources. Additional, non-scholarly sources from reputable Web and print sources are also acceptable. For reputable Web sources, look for .org, .net, or .edu sites as opposed to .com sites. Avoid Wikipedia.
For help with APA formatting please check the Doc Sharing section of the class.
Please be Plagiarism free! If you can not do it that is fine but allow me enough time to get someone else please. I have much to accomplish. Thank you.