As the complexity and speed of organizational change increases, the demand for industrial and organizational (I-O) psychology knowledge, skills, and abilities increases as well. I-O psychologists can help company leaders effectively navigate business and organizational change and are often called on to help with attracting, motivating, developing, and retaining the best and brightest talent who will generate the ideas to increase market share and thrive in change. In some instances, I-O psychology expertise is sourced through external consultants, but in many cases, organizations hire I-O psychologists to work internally. The careers that I-O psychologists hold internally for companies are typically in one of three categories: (1) technical specialist, (2) human resource (HR) center of excellence leader, or (3) HR business partner. Each of the three ...

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