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THE Performance Improvement Conference 2015–Photos

THE Performance Improvement Conference 2015–Photos

The photos are in, and they turned out GREAT! We have been working to get all of the photos uploaded and in one place, and here they are! We have also added a slide show for you to browse through all of the photos.

This Year (so far) in Review: The <em>Performance Improvement</em> Journal

This Year (so far) in Review: The Performance Improvement Journal

This year has been a great year for the Performance Improvement journal (PIJ). Dr. Pershing has done an amazing job keeping the pages of the journal full of performance improving content that leaves us thirsty for more. We know the journals are not something you read only once, they are inspiration, references, and research that keep your neurons and synapses firing.

ISPI Career Center

ISPI Career Center

ISPI has a great benefit available to everyone–a Career Center. Now that time of year has come–summer has struck, school is out, and graduates are looking for that first step through the door of a new career; and in this current market, it is better to have more than one outlet when looking for a job.

Publish with ISPI and Share Your Wealth of Knowledge

Publish with ISPI and Share Your Wealth of Knowledge

Our profession is made up of the best and brightest in the field of performance improvement. Your contributions–extensive like a book or shorter like a PerformanceXpress article–are the resources used by universities, corporations, government, and many more to expand and build upon current thinking in the performance improvement field.

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

The Kirkpatrick Model comprises the foremost evaluation methodology in the world. In these courses you will learn directly from the Kirkpatricks the true and correct model and how to apply it to maximize the business results from your training initiatives. Of urgent importance to ISPI members is the emphasis of aligning and leveraging performance (Level 3) and mission accomplishment (Level 4).

Special Issue of the Performance Improvement Journal: May/June Issue, Part 2

Special Issue of the Performance Improvement Journal: May/June Issue, Part 2

This second part of the special issue of the Performance Improvement journal–May/June 2015, 54(5)–guest edited by Atena Bishka, focuses on motivation. In this issue you will find different articles addressing different perspectives of motivation and its role in human performance technology (HPT).

Performance Improvement Quarterly: 28.1 Issue

Performance Improvement Quarterly: 28.1 Issue

The We hope you are enjoying electronic access to the Performance Improvement Quarterly (PIQ) edited by Ingrid Guerra-López, PhD. PIQ is a peer-reviewed journal created to stimulate professional discussion in the field and to advance the discipline of HPT through publishing scholarly works.

Photo Competition–Reminder

Photo Competition–Reminder

We hope you remembered to bring your camera and your creativity to THE Performance Improvement Conference this year!

ISPI EMEA Update!

ISPI EMEA Update!

The International Society for Performance Improvement Europe/EMEA (ISPI-Europe, Middle East, Africa) invites you to participate in a unique conference, a highly interactive event with a track record of high value, and open exchange of knowledge, experience, and innovative ideas in the field of human and organizational performance.

ISPI’s YouTube: Carol Haig, CPT

ISPI’s YouTube: Carol Haig, CPT

If you only use YouTube for looking up cute cat videos or commercials from the Super Bowl, then you have not been using it to its full potential! ISPI has been working to beef up our presence on YouTube and build a valuable open resource.

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

The Kirkpatrick Model comprises the foremost evaluation methodology in the world. In these courses you will learn directly from the Kirkpatricks the true and correct model and how to apply it to maximize the business results from your training initiatives. Of urgent importance to ISPI members is the emphasis of aligning and leveraging performance (Level 3) and mission accomplishment (Level 4).

Publish with ISPI and Share Your Wealth of Knowledge

Publish with ISPI and Share Your Wealth of Knowledge

Our profession is made up of the best and brightest in the field of performance improvement. Your contributions–extensive like a book or shorter like a PerformanceXpress article–are the resources used by universities, corporations, government, and many more to expand and build upon current thinking in the performance improvement field.

Special Issue of Performance Improvement Journal: April Issue, Part 1

Special Issue of Performance Improvement Journal: April Issue, Part 1

In this special issue of the Performance Improvement journal–April 2015, 54(4)–guest edited by Atena Bishka, we are focusing on motivation. In this issue you will find different articles addressing different perspectives of motivation and its role in human performance technology (HPT).

Photo Competition – Reminder

Photo Competition – Reminder

We hope you remembered to bring your camera and your creativity to THE Performance Improvement Conference this year!

Welcome the New ISPI Board of Directors

Welcome the New ISPI Board of Directors

ISPI Board of Directors ISPI’s Board of Directors met last November to initiate a strategic planning process for the Society; this process includes a longer-term vision for the organization, ideas to increase active membership engagement, and address the myriad changes that our esteemed organization is facing. Work on this plan continued for several months and cross […]

ISPI’s YouTube: Darlene Van Tiem, CPT, PhD

ISPI’s YouTube: Darlene Van Tiem, CPT, PhD

If you only use YouTube for looking up cute cat videos or commercials from the Super Bowl, then you have not been using it to its full potential! ISPI has been working to beef up our presence on YouTube and build a valuable open resource.

Publish with ISPI and Share Your Wealth of Knowledge Copy

Publish with ISPI and Share Your Wealth of Knowledge Copy

Our profession is made up of the best and brightest in the field of performance improvement. Your contributions–extensive like a book or shorter like a PerformanceXpress article–are the resources used by universities, corporations, government, and many more to expand and build upon current thinking in the performance improvement field.

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

Four Levels of Evaluation Programs: Receive a 20% Discount

The Kirkpatrick Model comprises the foremost evaluation methodology in the world. In these courses you will learn directly from the Kirkpatricks the true and correct model and how to apply it to maximize the business results from your training initiatives. Of urgent importance to ISPI members is the emphasis of aligning and leveraging performance (Level 3) and mission accomplishment (Level 4).

Publish with ISPI and Share Your Wealth of Knowledge

Publish with ISPI and Share Your Wealth of Knowledge

Our profession is made up of the best and brightest in the field of performance improvement. Your contributions–extensive like a book or shorter like a PerformanceXpress article–are the resources used by universities, corporations, government, and many more to expand and build upon current thinking in the performance improvement field.

<i>Performance Improvement</i> Journal: March Issue

Performance Improvement Journal: March Issue

In the most recent issue of the Performance Improvement journal–March, 54(3)–you will find an issue loaded with nourishing food for thought, picked from the tree of self-reflection, that will help us discover which direction we can further grow to reach our goals; performance improvement told in a continually changing story; scenario-based learning; a closer look at change management and the confusion that accompanies it; and a new introduction to an article from the past on research and theory to practice and the original article published in April 2000.