ISPI is excited for its 2010-11 SkillCast webinar series. These 12 high-quality, engaging educational programs are specifically tailored to help performance improvement professionals stay current and share knowledge with others in the field. You know how important it is to be up-to-date and that fresh ideas are the key to success. This webinar series offers you a unique opportunity to access innovation and accomplish your professional development goals, all from the comfort of your own workspace.

ISPI members can attend each monthly, one-hour program for as little as $54 each with a $649 season pass. The non-member fee is $899. This gives you access to the live webinar and the recorded program after it takes place.

ISPI also offers a Corporate Season pass, for $1,429, for those organizations wanting to offer continuing educational and professional development to their staff.

2010-11 SkillCast Schedule*
Wednesday, January 19, 2011

How to Address the Cultural Aspects of HPT Interventions
Eileen Maes
o, CPT, United States Coast Guard, and Andrea Edmundson, PhD, CEO and Global Learning Strategist, eWorldLearning
The human performance technology (HPT) process allows us to identify potential interventions in international environments. However, sometimes performance issues might be related to–or exacerbated by–cultural differences. In addition, whether the performance issue is related to cultural Andrea Edmundson Photodifferences or not, you Eileen Maesomight need a culturally appropriate intervention to address the issue. For example, is mentoring a good intervention in Malaysia? Is your manager in Japan not a decision maker or are her cultural ways of communicating sending you the wrong message? In this presentation, you will learn (a) methods to discern performance issues created by cultural differences, and (b) alternative interventions that are culturally appropriate. This session addresses what to do when cultural differences are the cause of–or complicate the adoption of–performance improvement interventions. Register Online

Wednesday, February 16, 2011
How High Performers Learn–Implications for HPT

Daniel R. Bielenberg, Director of Capability Development Strategy, Accenture, and Dana Alan Koch, Learning Strategist, Accenture

Wednesday, March 16, 2011
How to Use HPT to Navigate the Gray Space for Positive Change

Deb Page, President, Willing Learner

Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Strategies for Developing a Contemporary Training Curriculum

Dawn Snyder, CPT, PhD, Chair, Master’s of Science in Instructional Design and Performance Technology, Franklin University

Wednesday, May 18, 2011
How Documentation Infrastructures Contribute to Performance Improvement

Edith E. Bell, CPT, PhD, Principal Consultant for Bell Design Technologies, Inc.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011
How to Get and Use Customer Knowledge to Support Innovation

Lance J. Welter, Chair, Certification Networking Group of Chicago, and Tricia Sutton, MSc, MBA, PMP, NPDP, President, Sutton Enterprise Inc.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Building & Sustaining Relationships

Mike Monar, President, Monar Consulting

Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Designing Effective Multigenerational Learning Experiences

Donald Shandler, PhD, President, Shandler Associates and Adjunct Faculty, University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Wednesday, September 21, 2011
How to Get Reliable Data from Groups

Maurie Coleman, CPT, PhD, Director of Certification and Accreditation, ISPI

Register for your SkillCast webinar season today and immediately receive the links to our recorded programs from October and November:

  • Quality Tools & Human Performance Technology
  • Social Media at Work: How Networking Tools Propel Organizational Performance
  • HPT’s Role in Business Continuity: What It Means, Why It Is Important, and the Role of HPT in the Process

For more information, call ISPI at 301.587.8570 or visit www.ispi.org to order.
*Schedule subject to change.