The conference is brimming with educational workshops, expert presenters, and networking roundtables.

The 60-minute presentations, grouped in seven different tracks including Analysis; Business of HPT; Instructional Interventions; Measurement and Evaluation; Organizational Design Interventions; Process or Tool Interventions; and Research to Practice, are highly interactive and informative. Every session offers valuable information and takeaways.

You will have the opportunity to dig a little deeper into the content in the mini-workshops. These include:

  • The Executive’s View: Managing Organizational Performance
  • First Things Even Faster: Analysis in a High-Tech World
  • Predictive Evaluation: Ensuring Training Delivers Business and Organizational Results
  • The Technology of Performance Technology: DoD’s Digital Age Leadership
  • Learning 2.0 and the Knowledge Revolution: Implications for Training and Performance
  • Surviving Troubled Times: Five Strategies for Training Professionals
  • Working Together While Apart: eCollaboration for a Virtual Workforce
  • Calculating Return on Investment in Workplace Learning & Performance
  • Performance Architecture: The Worker, Work, and Workplace
  • Strategic Intelligence: a Conceptual System of Leadership for Change
  • Understanding and Managing Human Performance in Different Contexts and Globally

In addition to the 165+ hours of educational sessions and workshops, THE Performance Improvement Conference is your opportunity to interact with industry leaders.

The Opening Reception welcomes attendees and is your first opportunity to mingle with colleagues while previewing all the exciting conference events. Hear which sessions are not to be missed and find out what other people are hoping to get out of their conference experience.

Join colleagues in the World Café where chapter leaders can share successes and generate ideas on how to make their chapter even better. This is a great opportunity for those with no chapter affiliation to make contacts from their area and garner a support network for any post-conference performance improvement needs.

Networking lunches are open to all conference attendees and are a great way to engage in group discussions that will add to your knowledge of performance improvement.

And, to top it all off, certified career and executive coach Marshall Brown will conduct complimentary, hour-long, career-focused workshops and one-on-one resume reviews and career coaching. All of this, in addition to more than 150 educational sessions, gives you an abundance of choices to plan your conference schedule.

For more information about the full conference schedule, topics, and speakers, visit www.ispi.org/ac2011.