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Hello SPIM Members,

I am sorry to inform you that John Howe, PhD, a long-time SPIM member, passed away peacefully on March 31, 2019 in Surprise, Arizona. John was preceded in death by his son, John Christopher Howe, and was the loving husband of 43 years to Barbara Howe John.

After earning his PhD in Industrial Psychology, John worked for Southern California Edison, then ARCO. After retiring from ARCO in 1999, John and Barbara returned to Arizona. John established a successful private practice consulting business. He worked hard but loved having fun spending time with his family and friends. He enjoyed many hobbies include playing the guitar, boating, fishing, traveling, competitive shooting, flying gliders and RC planes.

He was an associate at JRDA, INC., and was an expert in management and leadership development, organizational assessment, redesign, and restructuring, psychological leadership assessment, talent development, and succession planning.


Martha S. Zlokovich, PhD
SPIM President


The Recruitment, Retention, and Engagement Committee is pleased to announce that we have had a great response to our initial request for members interested in mentoring other members! For more info, check it out here:
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We enjoy sharing the newest research here at SPIM. This is from our 2019 keynote speaker, Laura Morgan Roberts. We always have the highest caliber and productivity from our speakers.

To Become Your Best Self, Study Your Successes

Most people are well-attuned to critical feedback; it is jarring, threatening, and emotional, and as a result, quite memorable. In contrast, it is often easy to let positive reflections on our actions subtly slip us by. Lingering in the glow of praise can also feel uncomfortably immodest. It therefore takes practice to savor moments of positivity and to hold them in your memory.



Being Your True Self at Work: Integrating the Fragmented Research on Authenticity in Organizations

In tandem with a surge of public interest in authenticity, there is a growing number of empirical studies on individual authenticity in work settings. However, these studies have been generated within separate literature's on topics such as authentic leadership, emotional labor, and identity management, among many others, making it difficult for scholars to integrate and build upon the authenticity research to date.





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