SPIM is made up of smart, congenial psychologists who work in
a wide array of corporations and organizations. You'll be amazed
at the concentration of expertise and talent. And the organization
is small enough - between 80 - 100 members attend the annual meeting
- that you can have access to everyone!
The mission of the Society of Psychologists in Management is to
facilitate the growth, development, and interaction of psychologists
who work as managers or whose primary focus is the application
of psychology to management. We realize that mission by:
The Society of Psychologists in Management (SPIM) is the organization
for you if you are a doctoral level psychologist interested in management and leadership
and serving in management, consulting, academic or corporate positions.
“I was impressed by the depth and breadth of experience
in SPIM: academics, consultants and psychologists managing organizations
in the private, public and non-profit sectors. Every year I harvest
at least three ideas or practices at the meeting and make a couple
"SPIM was exactly the right organization for me - I first
joined when I was a college dean - even on a university campus,
there aren't many psychologists who are serving in management
roles. It was great to have an organization that was comprised
of folks just like me!"
management as an important career path for psychologists;
the practice of management as implemented by psychologists;
career advancement through professional development activities,
information dissemination and exchange, education and training,
and the communication and promotion of employment opportunities
for psychologists in management.