THE Performance Improvement Conference will feature two roundtable sessions: Chat ‘n Chew on Sunday, April 22, from 11:45 am – 1:15 pm, and the Anniversary Barrel on Monday, April 23, from 2:00-4:00 pm. With almost 100 roundtable topics to choose from, all hosted by industry experts, these fun and fast-paced sessions expose attendees to a vast array of performance improvement topics.

How the Sessions Work
Roundtable hosts will lead three 20-minute presentations, each to a different group of attendees during an informal lunch session. Attendees are invited to grab a sandwich and select a roundtable discussion to participate in. Each 20-minute round will be followed by a 10-minute break for participants to informally network and choose their next table. Attendees have the opportunity to attend a total of six different presentations between both the Chat ‘n Chew and the Anniversary Barrel.

Chat ‘n Chew Sessions
Here are just a few of the 50+ Chat ‘n Chew sessions attendees can choose from. Be sure to look over the entire list of Chat ‘n Chew topics and pick the ones you are most interested in. Tables can fill up quickly!

  • JetBlue University’s Business Metrics for Action
  • Increasing Participation in Learning…Without Free Food!
  • How Can I Improve My Personal Performance?
  • Fostering Open-Mindedness in the Workplace
  • Training Paves the Way to Six Figure ROI
  • Use Feedback to Cultivate Trust and Collaboration!
  • And many, many more…

Anniversary Barrel Sessions
This year, ISPI will be closing the conference with the Anniversary Barrel event. In honor of ISPI’s 50th anniversary, many of the roundtable presenters at this signature event are a past president of ISPI or a former member of the Board of Directors. Here are just a few of the presenters; be sure to check the entire list of Anniversary Barrel presenters:

  • Margo Murray, CPT, MBA, Talent Management with Mentoring
  • Harold Stolovitch CPT, PhD, Successfully Completing a Doctoral Dissertation
  • Judith Hale, CPT, PhD, Selling HPT to Leaders
  • Danny Langdon and Kathleen Whiteside, Can You Define Performance? Learn How
  • Roger Kaufman, CPT, PhD, Defining and Using Organizational Vital Signs to Add Measurable Value to All Partners
  • Barbara Gough, CPT, 10 Steps to Successful Mentoring
  • And many, many more…