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  • Welcome to the Careers Community at Connect@AOM

    This new online platform, designed exclusively for AOM members, dramatically improves the networking and collaboration tools available to Careers division members, allowing you to connect with each other in more ways than ever before. We hope you will find it to be a place where you can ask advice, share your experiences and build relationships.

    Are you ready to Connect@AOM? Let’s get started!

    Update your profile
    Please consider uploading your photo and/or sharing some information about your professional experience and your research interests. An updated profile improves your ability to connect with like-minded colleagues! 

    Join the conversation
    View the “Latest Discussion Posts” to see what your Careers colleagues are talking about. Got a question?  Your colleagues have the answer!  Go to Discussion, then click the button to “Post a Message” to send a note to your fellow members! (TIP: You are now subscribed to receive a daily digest of conversations posted to the Careers Discussion Group. You may elect to change to real time, weekly digest or no emails allowing you to join the conversation at your leisure.)

    Share
    The strength of our community depends on the contributions of our members! Do you have a great teaching resource to share? Go to the Careers Library, then click the button to Create New Library Entry. You might even ask colleagues for feedback on your shared resource. Is there an upcoming event that you think should be on our Community CalendarAdd an event like a call for papers, conference registration or a professional development workshop.

    I know that you will be just as excited as I am about our new community and all of the rich resources that it offers to members. I look forward to connecting with you here!

    Warm regards,
    Corinne Post
    Careers Division Chair
  • Session Highlight #AOM2017

    Denise Rousseau delivers the Everett C. Hughes Award Speech

    Date: Monday, August 7
    Time: 3:00 – 4:30 pm
    Location: Hilton Atlanta Grand Ballroom B

    Denise Rousseau, H.J. Heinz II University Professor of Organizational Behavior and Public Policy will deliver the Everett C. Hughes Award Speech. The Hughes Award for Careers Scholarship recognizes work that has made a significant contribution to the task of linking careers theory with the broader field of organization studies, honoring those who have worked to build bridges between careers and other areas of organizational enquiry. We have asked Denise to reflect upon her amazing academic career and the many contributions she has made, as well as to suggest some exciting future directions for careers research.