If you want to improve your performance improvement expertise and develop a performance consulting mindset, then make plans to attend the pre-conference Principles and Practices of Performance Improvement Institute from Friday, April 12, through Sunday, April 14, 2013, in Reno, Nevada. This three-day workshop is perfect for those professionals seeking to bring more value to their employers and clients.

Guided by expert instructors and facilitators, participants are exposed to workplace examples and collaborative analyses of case studies that pull participants into active problem solving. While learning the foundations of performance improvement, attendees are taught to apply the proven tools and techniques used in the performance improvement arena today.

Through case studies, group discussions, and skill practice, participants learn how to apply the human performance technology (HPT) model to a performance improvement scenario, apply the total performance system to identify performance issues, conduct a gap analysis to compare desired versus actual performance, identify possible causes of performance gaps, and prescribe appropriate interventions.

“This workshop did a great job introducing key concepts related to performance technology. I really appreciated the stories that were shared and really felt like I learned a great deal from my peers in the workshop. They each had unique perspectives that were refreshing, sometimes challenging, and always insightful…I would highly recommend this workshop and this conference to anyone who would like to enter the world of Human Performance Technology. The people are wonderful, the knowledge is powerful, and I really feel like I am gaining meaningful knowledge.”

– Joel Gardner, PhD, Program Chair, Franklin University

Registration for the Principles and Practices of Performance Improvement Institute is not included in THE Performance Improvement Conference registration. Register online or call ISPI at 301-587-8570 for more information.

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