An Introduction To Consulting Psychology Working With Individuals, Groups, And Organizations

Elliott Jaques Memorial Publication Award

Each year, members of the Consulting Psychology Journal Editorial Review Board are invited to cast their votes for article of the year, with an emphasis on applying the discipline of psychology to solve significant issues faced by contemporary organizations. Authors of the winning article receive the Elliott Jaques Memorial Publication Award.

The criteria for selection include: originality and innovation, quality of writing, theoretical contribution, quality of empirical work (if applicable), clarity of writing and presentation, and expected impact for practice. Authors of the winning article receive the Elliott Jaques Memorial Publication Award.

Elliot Jaques was a pioneer in applying psychology to organizations, management, and leadership. His work focused on solving real-world challenges, and he was one of the earliest and most influential professionals to bring great psychological depth to bear on such as matters as setting fair pay, identifying potential, and the “mid-life crisis” (a term he is credited with coining).

Past Winners


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